Argentina negotiates with IMF to reschedule $28.4 billion in maturities

Argentina is negotiating with the IMF and the Paris Club to reschedule payments to alleviate public debt maturities with external creditors, which amount to about $28.4 billion between February and December. According to the Congressional Budget Office (OPC), maturities with the International Monetary Fund of $5.19 billion stand out, with the largest payments concentrated in September and December.

Source: Ámbito