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IMF calls conditions for Ukraine to receive next tranche
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) continues studying the law on pension reform passed by the Verkhovna Rada, Resident Representative in Ukraine Gösta Ljungman has said.
This was reported by IMF Representative in Ukraine Gösta Ljungman.
The law on pension reform has been passed, but the IMF is studying it how the document provides for achievement of earlier set goals, he said in Kyiv onNovember 3, speaking at the Ukrainian Investment Forum organized by CFA Society Ukraine.
Ljungman said that for the completion of the fourth review of the Extended Fund Facility (EFF) Ukraine should adopt legislation on the creation of an anti-corruption court, reform the privatization of state-owned enterprises to make it transparent and based on market mechanisms and revise domestic tariffs for gas in line with earlier approved formula.