Argentina to resume IMF talks

ARGENTINA - In a bid to convince the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to resume economic assistance to Argentina, economy minister, Jorge Remes Lenicov will on Tuesday visit Washington to present his package of economic measures.

"He is coming for two days to present his plans and start a discussion," said the Fund's deputy managing director, Eduardo Aninat.

Renewed economic aid is vital to enable Argentina to restore economic and social stability to the country which has been racked by

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