• Argentina looks set to get a $50 billion bailout - the biggest loan in the IMF's history

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The IMF said its reached an agreement to offer Argentina a $50 billion bailout.
    That would be the largest IMF credit line in history.
    A flailing currency and soaring twin deficits have been plaguing the country's economy.
    Argentina looks poised to get the biggest International Monetary Fund bailout in history.
    The IMF reached a staff-level agreement Thursday to offer Argentina, which requested aid last month when its currency hit an all-time low, a $50 billion loan as part of a three-year standby program. The credit line seeks to rein in soaring twin deficits in the country and prop up the...
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  • Argentina looks set to get a $50 billion bailout - the biggest loan in the IMF's history

    Argentina looks set to get a $50 billion bailout - the biggest loan in the IMF's history

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The IMF said its reached an agreement to offer Argentina a $50 billion bailout.
    That would be the largest IMF credit line in history.
    A flailing currency and soaring twin deficits have been plaguing the country's economy.
    Argentina looks poised to get the biggest International Monetary Fund bailout in history.
    The IMF reached a staff-level agreement Thursday to offer Argentina, which requested aid last month when its currency hit an all-time low, a $50 billion loan as part of a three-year standby program. The credit line seeks to rein in soaring twin deficits in the country and prop up the...
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  • Argentina clinches $50 bln IMF financing deal, to speed up cuts

    Argentina clinches $50 bln IMF financing deal, to speed up cuts

    2 monthes ago - By Reuters

    Argentina and the International Monetary Fund have reached an agreement for a three-year, $50 billion standby lending arrangement, which the government said it sought to provide a safety net and avoid the frequent crises of the country's past. Kate King reports.
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