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Minsk signs $2-billion loan deal with VTB Bank

VTB Bank and the Belarusian Council of Ministers on Thursday signed an agreement whereby the former is to provide a $2-billion short-term loan to Minsk, said the Russian bank's press office

Belarus gets first portion of Russia’s $450-million loan

Russia transferred a portion of its $450-million loan to Belarus as far back as late December 2013, according to the press office of the National Bank of Belarus...

Final tranche of EurAsEC loan postponed by at least six months

The Board of the Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC)\'s Anti-crisis Fund, at its December 27 meeting...

Belarus may apply for new IMF loan

Belarusian authorities are expected to discuss the possibility of a new stand-by loan arrangement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF)...

Belarus does not plan to ask Anti-crisis Fund of Eurasian Economy Community for new loan, National Bank head says

At the same time Ms. Yermakova expressed hope that Belarus would receive the sixth, final tranche of the Anti-crisis Fund’s $3-billion stabilization loan before the end of the year...

National Bank head says that $2-billion loan \"promised\" by Russia will go toward economic modernization

The $2-billion loan that has been \"promised\" by Russia will be spent for the modernization of the Belarusian economy and not the replenishment of the nation`s gold and foreign exchange reserves...

Belarus pays another $82 million toward repayment of IMF loan

  Belarus on April 1 made a payment of SDR 54.7 million ($82 million) to repay the principal amount of the International Monetary Fund’s stand-by loan, announced the finance ministry.

Belarus pays $99 million toward repayment of IMF loan

  Belarus on January 14 made a sixth payment of SDR 64.7 million ($99 million) to repay the principal amount of the International Monetary Fund’s stand-by loan, announced the finance ministry.

Belarus may obtain IMF loan in 2013, says National Bank head

The Belarusian government may obtain a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2013...

Belarus asks Russia for $2 billion in loans

Belarus has asked Russia for $2 billion in \"cheap loans\" and the request has not been turned down...

Russia’s VTB Bank in talks to provide loan to Belaruskali

  VTB Bank, Russia’s second largest bank, is in talks to provide a loan to Belarus’ potash giant AAT Belaruskali.

Putin: Third EurAsEC loan tranche to be disbursed to Belarus

A decision has been made to disburse the third tranche of the Eurasian Economy Community (EurAsEC)\'s stabilization loan to Belarus, Russian President Vladimir Putin told...

Belaruskali set to repay $1-billion loan in one installment early

Belarus’ potash giant AAT Belaruskali is set to repay a $1-billion one-year loan to Russia’s Sberbank and the Eurasian Development Bank...

Belarus plans to ask for $411.5-million technical aid until 2016

The Belarusian government plans to ask for $411,495 million worth of international technical aid for 114 projects that are projected to be carried out between 2012...

Banks will be prohibited from levying additional charges on loans, National Bank head says

  By the middle of 2012, banks in Belarus will be prohibited from levying any additional charges on loans, Nadzeya Yermakova, head of the National Bank, said at a news conference held at Rawbichy near Minsk on April 4.

Belarus continues loan talks with IMF

Belarus continues talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) about a new loan to be supported by an economic program...

Belarusbank pays off $145-million syndicated loan

  Belarusbank has paid off a $145-million syndicated loan that Belarus' largest bank obtained in December 2010.

IMF Executive Board to hold discussion on Minsk`s loan request on Monday

  The International Monetary Fund (IMF)`s Executive Board is scheduled to hold a discussion Monday to consider the Belarusian government’s request for a bailout loan of between $3.5 billion and $8 billion.

Government pledges to restrict pay growth, raise utility rates

The reform program that was devised by the government to obtain a $3-billion loan from the Anti-crisis Fund of the Eurasian Economy Community...

IMF\'s loan decision will depend on macroeconomic reforms, minister says

  The International Monetary Fund (IMF)'s decision whether to issue a loan to Belarus will depend on the country's readiness to carry out macroeconomic reforms, Finance Minister Andrey Kharkavets told reporters in Minsk on June 24.

Lukashenka: IMF may reject Belarus\' loan request only on political grounds

  The International Monetary Fund (IMF) may reject Belarus’ request for a stabilization loan only on politically motivated grounds, Alyaksandr Lukashenka said at a news conference in Minsk on Friday.