Brazil cenbank chief to meet IMF's Fischer

BRAZIL - Brazilian Central Bank President Arminio Fraga will leave for Washington D.C. on Tuesday to meet with the outgoing No.2 official at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the bank said on 27 August.

Fraga will meet with Stanley Fischer following a meeting, slated for later Monday night, with Argentine Finance Secretary Daniel Marx. Marx was expected to arrive in Rio de Janeiro late Monday for private talks on both countries' latest IMF agreements.

Brazil reached an accord with the IMF

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