Bangladesh has met all but one quantitative target set for December 2023 by the International Monetary Fund to qualify for the third instalment of the $4.7 billion loan.
Bangladesh has failed to meet IMF’s target on keeping $17.78 billion as the minimum net international reserve as of December 31 last year
The International Monetary Fund has set a new minimum foreign exchange reserves target for Bangladesh as the reserves have dropped at a faster-than-expected pace.
Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have received loan payouts from IMF, strengthening their buffers against risks to foreign exchange reserves
The IMF board yesterday approved the second instalment of $681 million for Bangladesh, putting to bed the uncertainty surrounding the tranche given that the country failed to meet two of the conditions needed for its release
A board meeting of IMF isto be held today, where about $681 million in a second loan tranche is expected to be approved for Bangladesh
Bangladesh's proposal to get the second tranche of the International Monetary Fund's $4.7 billion loan has been placed for approval at the multilateral lender's board meeting slated for next week.
government falls Tk 17,946 crore short of the revenue last fiscal year as one of IMF's $4.7 billion loan conditions
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission and the Bangladesh authorities have reached staff-level agreement on the policies needed to complete in the first review for $681 million in the second instalment of its $4.7-billion loan.