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Why IMF Loans Always Get Repaid

by Zoe Chace
Feb 3, 2012 (Morning Edition) — Greece is trying to make a deal to slash the amount of money it owes bondholders. Hedge funds will take significant losses. But the International Monetary Fund also loaned Greece a lot of money, and it will be paid back in full. If the IMF isn't paid back, most countries will not lend Greece any more money.

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