This April 5, 2007 file photo shows the International Monetary Fund logo on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO / Tim SLOAN / FILES
WASHINGTON: The International Monetary Fund warned Thursday that recent economic sanctions imposed against Russia could have a severe impact that would ripple through the region.
"On a regional level, there's bound to be some impact," especially through trade, IMF spokesman William Murray said at a news conference.
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