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Washington - The International Monetary Fund has reached a staff-level agreement to assist Tunisia with a four-year loan programme worth about $2.8bn, IMF Middle East and Central Asia Director Masood Ahmed said on Friday.

Ahmed made the announcement at a news conference during the IMF and World Bank spring meetings in Washington.

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