Amount of Corona aid from the International Monetary Fund
News_Code: 355450 10/2/2021 11:08:01 AM
Amount of Corona aid from the International Monetary Fund
The International Monetary Fund has so far lent more than $ 250 billion to various countries.
 

The International Monetary Fund has pledged to inject $ 1 trillion into the global economy to mitigate the Corona effects, much of which has come in the form of loans to various countries. It is expected that from next year, due to the improvement of the world economic outlook, the process of lending new loans will stop, and after a two- or three-year break, it will be time for countries to repay their loans.

These loans have been disbursed to 29 countries, most of which are developing countries with the lowest per capita income levels.

Yemen

About $ 60 million has been paid to the country in three stages so far, the last of which was in April this year.

Tajikistan

About $ 24 million has been paid to the country in three stages so far, the last one being in September last year.

Ecuador

About $ 7.1 billion has been paid to the country in two stages so far, the last one being in September last year.

Columbia

About $ 17 billion has been paid to the country in two stages so far, the last one being in September last year.

Chile

About $ 23 billion has been paid to the country in two stages so far, the last of which was in May this year.

South Africa

About $ 4.3 billion has been paid to the country in two stages so far, the last one being in July last year.

Kenya

About $ 3.3 billion has been paid to the country in three stages so far, the last of which was in April this year.

Pakistan

So far, about $ 1.4 billion has been paid to the country in two stages, the last one being in April last year.

Jordan

About $ 1.7 billion has been paid to the country in two stages so far, the last one being in March last year.

Egypt

About $ 8.0 billion has been paid to the country in two stages so far, the last one being in June last year.

Ukraine

About $ 5.0 billion has been paid to the country in two stages so far, the last one being in June last year.