The Belarusian finance ministry is hoping to receive the third tranche of a loan from the Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development (EFSD) before the end of this year, First Deputy Minister Maksim Yermalovich told reporters in Minsk on Friday.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) may approve a new loan program for Belarus before the end of this year, Finance Minister Uladzimir Amaryn told reporters in Minsk on Monday.
Belarus plans to borrow $1 billion from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2017, according to a draft macroeconomic forecast drawn up by the government.
Uladzimir Amaryn and Maksim Yermalovich are the two likeliest candidates for the job of finance minister, according to experts.
In July, the Belarusian government placed a five-year $600-million benchmark Eurobond at 8.75 percent.
The finance ministry has drafted amendments aimed to increasing the attractiveness of the Belarusian insurance market for investors, First Deputy Minister Uladzimir Amaryn said at a meeting held by the Presidium of the Council of Ministers on May 4, as quoted by