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IMF’s $732M in Pandemic Aid Is Just a Fraction of What Bangladesh Needs

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a $732 million disbursement to Bangladesh to relieve some of its financial duress amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The move greenlights the 60th such request for emergency financial assistance by member countries lurching to navigate the health crisis, and the South Asian nation will receive funds under the IMF”s…

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