Argentina, Strapped for Dollars, Does Not Discard Further Financial Support from IMF

The Argentine government goal is that a new deal could help pay for the maturities of the agreement signed by ex president Macri: a debt with the IMF of US$ 44 billion.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentine representative before the International Monetary Fund, IMF, Sergio Chodos, admitted that it could be necessary to obtain further financing from the IMF, with which Argentina is in the process of renegotiating conditions for the return of the US$ 44 (R$246) billion loaned to the country under the government of former President Mauricio Macri.

“The position of the Argentine government has always been to keep the option open and refinance what is needed to be reimbursed; that is the intention”, Chodos said when interviewed by an Uruguayan radio station.

“It is true that we . . .

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