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February 28, 2014 AT 12:25 PM
Ukraine's new prime minister says securing a loan with the IMF is vital for currency stability - and the IMF confirms it will send a fact-finding team there next week. But with tension continuing to flare in Crimea - and revelations that 37 billion dollars went missing from state coffers under ousted President Yanukovich - will it be possible for Western lenders to mount an effective rescue deal? Ivor Bennett reports.