LONDON -- Positive that they are not planning to come before. It sends signal that they will push to get IMF related reforms done. Still tough, and I think there is another gas price hike that needs to be done to meet IMF conditions, which will be politically unpopular.
50:50 calling my view whether they get this done before Rada summer recess.
Timothy Ash is a senior sovereign strategy analyst at Blue Bay Asset Management
Photo: National Bank of Ukraine, the nation's central bank.(James Brooke)
Posted: June 15, 2017
By Daryna Krasnolutska
(Bloomberg) -- Ukraine will borrow on global markets after
IMF approves tranche, Finance Minister Oleksandr Danylyuk tells
reporters in Kiev.
* Land reform may be approved by mid-July
* Pension reform is ready, backed by IMF, World Bank
* Government to submit to parliament draft law simplifying
* NOTE: Ukraine Parliament to Adopt Laws for IMF by Mid-July:
--With assistance from Kateryna Choursina.
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