14 December 2023, 4:37 am 1 minute
Reuters exclusively reported that Argentina is set to receive financing from the Development Bank of Latin America and the Caribbean (CAF) to make a $913 million payment due to the IMF next week, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Argentina, whose $44 billion International Monetary Fund programme makes it the largest debtor to the fund, is due to make the capital payment on Dec. 21.
On Tuesday, Caputo announced a slate of economic measures including a more than 50% devaluation of the peso to 800 per U.S. dollar and energy and transportation subsidy cuts in a bid to dig the country out of a deep economic crisis.
Topics of Interest: EconomyGovernment
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