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Financial Times: US to Ukraine - no democracy, no bailouts

Author: Roman Olearchyk All articles by this author

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Feb. 14, 2012 17:21
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U.S. officials have since early 2011 repeatedly voiced concern that investigations into Ukrainian opposition politicians, as well as last autumn's arrest of Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko, amount to selective prosecutions and political persecution.
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"It’s looking less and less likely that Ukraine, its fragile economy bracing for a eurozone-driven slowdown, will get a boost of confidence and cash any time soon from the International Monetary Fund," Roman Olearchyk wrorte in the Financial Times.

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