“High uncertainty”: the predominant concept in the U.S. about Argentina a few days before Guzmán’s trip to the IMF

"High uncertainty" is the more moderate concept that financial executives and political analysts in the United States choose to describe Argentina's economic and institutional situation a few days before Minister Martín Guzmán's trip to Washington.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's Economy Minister Martín Guzmán will be in Washington early next week to attend the International Monetary Fund (IMF) annual meeting and the G20 ministers' summit.

In addition, along with the Argentine representative to the Fund Sergio Chodos, he will meet with the weakened managing director Kristalina Georgieva and with Western Hemisphere Department negotiators Julie Kozack and Luis Cubeddu. A few hours in New York for talks with Wall Street investors is not ruled out.

Yesterday, the Minister publicly supported the Bulgarian official at the XV United Nations Conference on Trade and Development . . .

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