Argentina Prepares to Negotiate Crucial Debt with IMF

Talks with the IMF, to which Argentina owes US$44 billion, will be key to broader negotiations with creditors to avoid a default.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's President Alberto Fernández compared negotiating the country's debt to a poker game. This week he will have to show some of his cards to the International Monetary Fund.

IMF negotiators land in Buenos Aires on Wednesday, February 12th, for their first mission since the left-wing president took office in December. Before agreeing to any changes under the current agreement, the IMF team will want to see the plan with . . .

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