The Board of Directors of the International Monetary Fund has decided to distribute
among member countries additional reserves equivalent to $ 250
billion , the head of the IMF department profile Craig Beaumont

Distribution in proportion to the national quotas of member countries
IMF. Accordingly, the lion's share are the U.S. and EU , Russia accounted for
about $ 6, 6 billion of this amount. However, officials say
IMF , the main beneficiaries have to learn to emerging and transition
markets, especially in need of money in the current acute economic
crisis. They are collectively owed ​​about $ 100 billion in reserves.

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