Is the Massa and Georgieva summit over: has Argentina agreed to goals with the IMF?

Minister of Economy Serge MassaHe held a meeting this afternoon in Washington with the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Kristalina GeorgievIn the context of the second review of the agreement reached by Argentina with the multilateral organization. According to the head of the organization, Kristalina Georgieva, work on the revision of the agreement will continue.

Sergio Massa and a “Very Good” Meeting with Janet Yellen at the US Treasury: Objectives

In the meantime, there are expectations about the special aid that the IMF could launch for those countries affected by rising international food prices, although it remains unclear whether Argentina would qualify as one of the countries that could receive this contribution.

Massa left the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund after 4:00 pm Argentine time, 3:00 pm in the US capital.

The President of the Treasury Palace, Miguel Pesci, accompanied the head of the Central Bank. Written by Gabriel Rubinstein, Economic Programming Policy Secretary; Senior Adviser to the Ministry Leonardo Madkor; President of the National Institute of Statistics and Census (Indec) and Coordinator of Relations with Organizations, Marco Lavagna; and Banco Nacin President, Sylvina Patakis.

In the morning hours, Massa had a business meeting with United States Secretary of the Treasury, Janet Yellen.

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