IMF Met With Advisors to Argentine Opposition Candidate Fernández

The opposition is leading the presidential race for the October elections. The IMF team announced its trip to Argentina on Friday, stating that it planned to discuss "recent economic and financial developments and government policy plans."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A team from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) met on Monday, August 26th, with economic advisors to Argentina's opposition candidate Alberto Fernández, who is leading the race for the October presidential election, according to one of his spokespersons.

The IMF team met with at least four representatives of Fernández's "Frente de Todos" coalition, according to state news agency Telam.

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