The extra time has allowed the country to avoid defaulting on a separate loan from the Inter-American Development Bank, keeping that source of funding alive.
The IMF said in a statement that it agreed to delay the loan repayment because Argentina could not have make it without "undue hardship or risk".
The leniency could be a positive sign for the ongoing negotiations over new l
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