An IMF statement Friday said the decision came after officials completed their latest review of the debt-hobbled country's spending cuts and economic reforms demanded in exchange for the loans.
The bulk of the
The bailout program is due to finish at the end of 2014, although the IMF will continue issuing some loans until 2016.
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