Argentina's April inflation reached 4.1% for a cumulative rise of 17.6% in the first four months of 2021, the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (INDEC) reported on Thursday.Add your comment!
Argentine Economy Minister Martín Guzmán stepped ahead from President Alberto Fernández's European tour and flew to Rome Wednesday to meet with International Monetary Fund Deputy Director for the Western Hemisphere Julie Kozak.Add your comment!
Argentina's Consumer Price Index (CPI-Cost of living) rose 4.8% during March, 1.2 percentage points above February's 3.6%, the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (INDEC) announced Thursday.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Director Kristalina Georgieva Wednesday admitted the rates Argentina is currently paying will be subject to review, at the request of the South American country.
Argentina's economy minister Martin Guzman said in a television interview on Saturday that his country could not afford a new total quarantine and made it clear that the government would have to find another way to deal with the new stage of the covid-19 pandemic.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández announced late on this Good Friday that he had been tested positive for covid-19 as he was rounding up his 62nd birthday's celebrations.
Argentina's Economy Minister Martín Guzmán and International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, Tuesday met in Washington to discuss the renegotiation alternatives to the 2018 u$s 57 billion loans brokered by the administration of then-President Mauricio Macri.
Argentina's Economy Minister Martin Guzmán traveled to New York on Wednesday night to meet investors before heading to Washington for talks with the International Monetary Fund, a government source said.
By Arturo Porzecanski (*) The following was published in the Americas Quarterly, a contribution from a leading emerging-market economist writes. The seeds for the latest chapter in Argentina’s long history of confrontations with the International Monetary Fund were planted about a year ago, on the eve of the global pandemic.
IMF has no date yet set for its next visit to Argentina to discuss replacement to a failed 2018 program, a spokesman for the Fund advanced on Thursday. The parties could next meet in Washington soon, as Argentine Economy Minister Martin Guzman will visit the U.S. capital next month, according to Buenos Aires sources.