Fuel imports put IMF targets out of reach for Honduras

Honduras will be unable to meet targets set by the International Monetary Fund as a result of a soaring bill for fuel imports, finance Secretary Rebeca Santos said.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Santos said that Fund officials were aware that Honduras would be unable to meet the targets for inflation and international reserves. Between January and April of this year, the nation's monthly fuel-imports bill more than doubled to US$456 million.

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