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Tag: Roberto Cardarelli

  • Tuesday, February 12th 2019 - 10:30 UTC

    IMF mission in Argentina to collect data on compliance of the standby loan accord

    The head of the mission Roberto Cardarelli is scheduled to meet ministers, central bank officials, members of congress from the ruling coalition and opposition

    An IMF team is back in Buenos Aires to review the Argentine economy performance and how it is complying with the fiscal and monetary conditions established in the stand-by US$ 57 billion loan agreed last year. The head of the mission Roberto Cardarelli is scheduled to meet ministers, central bank officials, members of Congress from the ruling coalition and opposition, academia and different lobbies.

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  • Monday, July 16th 2018 - 08:44 UTC

    Argentina's debt expected to peak at 65% of GDP by end of 2018

    A run on the Peso earlier this year and concerns about the government’s ability to fight inflation prompted Argentina to request a stand-by arrangement from IMF

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects Argentina’s government debt to peak by the end of 2018 and then fall as the country cuts its deficit as part of its US$50 billion deal with the Fund, according to a document published.

  • Tuesday, September 20th 2016 - 11:03 UTC

    IMF rebuilding relations with Argentina

    “We're working to rebuild relations with Argentina; there's great expectation and we are very pleased to be here. We will be filing a report”, said Cardarelli.

    An IMF mission started on Monday a round of meetings with the purpose of rebuilding relations with Argentina, frozen for over a decade. The mission headed by economist Roberto Cardarelli began early Monday visiting the Argentine Industrial Union, UIA, the country's manufacturers main lobby.