Argentina in no Rush to Sign an Agreement with IMF, Says Economy Minister

Argentina wants to move “at a solid pace but requires common understanding and legitimacy,” the FT cited Guzman as saying. A deal by March or April “would certainly be acceptable,” he told the paper.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentine Economy Minister Martin Guzman played down the chances of an early agreement with the International Monetary Fund to repay a US$ 44 (R$235) billion loan, the Financial Times reported.

Guzman told the newspaper that the government is in no hurry for a new program

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