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IMF praise for Greece despite $14bn cash gap

The International Monetary Fund said Greece had made "exceptional" progress in stabilizing its economy and remains on course to emerge from a near six-year recession in 2014, despite missing targets to ax state jobs and the threat of an 11 billion euro ($14.6 billion) gap in bailout financing.Full story

Brazil did not support IMF aid payment for Greece

A member of the International Monetary Fund Executive Board is not backing the latest bailout payment for Greece. Full story

Serbia woos ex-IMF head Strauss-Kahn for advisory role

BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia has approached former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn about the possibility of him joining the government in an advisory role as it seeks foreign advisors to assist a revamped cabinet, a government source said. Full story

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