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The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Executive Board approved the Stand-By agreement reached with Argentina, which was announced on September 26 by Treasury and Finance Minister Nicolás Dujovne and the Fund’s Managing Director, Christine Lagarde.

However, contrary to what had been …

The government and the International Monetary Fund announced a new, revised stand-by agreement aimed at stabilizing the Argentine economy. In respective press conferences in the Argentine consulate in New York and the Treasury Ministry in Buenos Aires, Nicolás Dujovne and …

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) indicated that the mission that came to Argentina last week held “productive meetings with officials from the Economy Ministry and the Central Bank,” and that both parties made “important progress” towards a deal to expedite …

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) still has Argentina’s request to revise the US $50 billion stand-by agreement reached in June at the top of its agenda. As a fund mission again traveled south yesterday, statements from the Fund’s Managing Director, …

During his presentation this morning at the 39th Conference of the Argentine Institute of Executives in Finance (IAEF), in Mendoza, Central Bank president Luis Caputo assured that the market “understood the message” of the Macri administration, emphasizing that the country

In respective addresses to press, Treasury and Finance Minister Nicolás Dujovne and International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director, Christine Lagarde, indicated progress was made in the negotiations regarding the Macri administration’s request for the expedited disbursement of the US $50 …

In June, the International Monetary Fund agreed to loan Argentina US $50 billion in the face of a sharply declining peso due to a recent exodus of investors from Argentine markets. As part of the agreement, the Argentina’s government agreed

International Monetary Fund Director Christine Lagarde landed in Buenos Aires on July 20th, along with her economic team, for the third Meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors.

On Sunday, the American Airlines flight AA900 on which Lagarde was

In June, the International Monetary Fund agreed to loan Argentina US $50 billion in the face of a sharply declining peso.

The deal was not received without controversy, as many in Argentina blame the IMF’s austerity measures for the depth

The US government reiterated its support for its Argentine counterpart’s economic policies, in the context of the Macri administration’s negotiations on the terms of a stand-by agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The Argentine government’s decision had already received