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NBU: Ukraine To Conduct Privatization, Form Anticorruption Court To Receive Next Tranche From IMF

NBU: Ukraine To Conduct Privatization, Form Anticorruption Court To Receive Next Tranche From IMF

IMF, tranche, NBU, privatization, Anticorruption Court

The National Bank of Ukraine stated that besides adopting a pension reform, Ukraine must carry out privatization and create Anticorruption Court if it wants to receive a next tranche from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Deputy Chair of the National Bank of Ukraine Kateryna Rozhkova said this on the air of Radio Vesti on October 7, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

Rozhkova said that there was recently a technical mission of the IMF in Ukraine that studied questions regarding the financial sector.

Currently another mission from the World Bank stays in Ukraine that studies questions relating to state banks and non-performing loans.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the NBU stated that return of Ukraine into foreign lending markets must not preclude it from cooperation with the IMF.

In September, Ukraine offered Eurobonds worth USD 3 billion, thus marking its return to international borrowing markets for the first time since 2013.

On September 12-13, First Deputy Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund David Lipton, upon meetings with President Petro Poroshenko, Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman and senior management of the Ministry of Finance, announced that Ukraine needed to see through the obligations of the IMF lending program in order to receive the next tranche from the IMF.

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