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Senate May Drop IMF Change From Ukraine Bill

Senate Democrats may drop a provision to change International Monetary Fund funding from a bill to aid Ukraine, Roll Call reported , citing Sen. Robert Menendez and a senior aide. The House has already passed the bill without the IMF provision, while a Senate procedural vote easily passed on legislation that does include the IMF language. The IMF language would increase the sway of emerging markets at the organization and shift funds to a general account.Copyright © 2014 MarketWatch, Inc....

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