ARGENTINA - An International Monetary Fund mission landed in Argentina on Thursday to discuss the possibility of resuming billions of dollars in credit after a six-month freeze, which could open the door to other aid sources and help stop contagion to neighbouring countries.
Argentina urgently needs to make a deal with the IMF as it battles a brutal four-year recession which has seen an elected government ousted by riots, bank savings confiscated, access to credit cut off and simmering protest
- Central banks may be thinking wrongly about inflation – Borio
- European Commission announces supervisory agency reforms
- Bank of Russia will be able to handle fallout from failing banks, analysts say
- Riksbank outlines three visions of ‘e-krona’
- Central banks will be using blockchain by 2019 – research
Back to Top