Argentina’s “super minister” unveils package of economic measures

These include a commitment to meet the 2022 budget deficit target of 2.5% of gross domestic product (GDP) in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) agreement. "We will do everything necessary to keep the word given," he assured at a press conference.

Newly appointed Argentine "super minister" Sergio Massa, also in charge of the economy, announced Wednesday night a series of economic measures for the country.

These include a commitment to meet the 2022 budget deficit target of 2.5% of gross domestic product (GDP) in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) agreement. "We will do everything necessary to keep the word given," he assured at a press conference.

In addition, Massa announced, among other things, that he had asked the Minister of Finance to stop using the balance of advances for the rest of the year, the freezing of the plan for . . .

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