Government to pay the IMF $300 million to avoid affecting dialogue

The Argentine government will pay next week a maturity of around $300 million to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to keep negotiations open. The negotiations between Argentina and the IMF for a new programme are a key piece of the economic chessboard for 2021. The official intention is to reach an agreement with enough time to be able to start negotiations with the Paris Club.

Source: Ámbito