WASHINGTON (AP) — The International Monetary Fund is facing pressure to reassess how it charges fees on the loans it distributes to needy countries like war-torn Ukraine — which is one of the biggest fund borrowers.
The move comes as more countries will have to turn to the IMF as global food prices and inflation continue to rise.
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