Analysis: IMF’s 10 demands to sign an agreement with Argentina

The IMF has entered into many agreements in the past year in the wake of the pandemic economic crisis, with demands for each of the countries that signed them. Argentina's repeated failure to comply with demands has created a negative atmosphere in Washington.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Speculation on the timing for signing a new program aside, these are Washington's diagnosis and premises to allow the country to defer the payment of its US$45 billion debt.

Regardless of the timing, sooner or later the Argentine government will sign a new agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to refinance the payment of its US$45 billion debt over a 10-year term.

While some reports suggest that the government has changed its mind and no longer wants to sign the agreement in May but only after the October elections, as stated . . .

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