IMF says our discussions will now continue at a technical level


International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said on Tuesday that she and Argentina‘s Finance Minister made progress towards strengthening the IMF-backed program for Argentina in the face of market volatility.

“Our discussions will now continue at a technical level and, as stated before, our common objective is to reach a rapid conclusion to present a proposal to the IMF Executive Board,” Lagarde said after meeting with Argentine Finance Minister Nicolas Dujovne and central bank deputy governor Gustavo Cañonero. (Reuters)

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