IMF-experts: Argentina crisis bottoming out

ARGENTINA - The four monetary experts chosen by the IMF believe Argentina may have touched bottom after four years of recession and see potential for an export-led recovery, an official briefed on the talks said on Thursday.

The four former and current central bankers, on a visit this week to Argentina to help overcome obstacles in IMF aid talks, said a slowdown in inflation and signs of growth in some export-related sectors could set the foundation for recovery, requiring few policy changes.


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