The Government said that Argentina will not submit to an IMF review
The chief of staff, Aníbal Fernández, said that there will be no revision of the International Monetary Fund in Argentina under the agreement with the Paris Club, part of the national debt reduction plan.
Fernandez said that “the aim is brought to settle the issue with the Paris Club and will have to find an alternative that interests us all, how we pay in the best way and possibly how to resolve the issue of the claim for review under Article IV of the IMF, to which we are not willing. “
“That’s what we pay everything owed to the monetary fund,” said Chief Cabinet to Radio El Mundo.
“The minister of Economy (Amado Boudou) reaffirmed its decision not to accept a revision of the International Monetary Fund to enable an agreement with the Paris Club” Fernandez said, adding that “the aim of this Government, which has been debt-reduction, started with 161 percent of debt to gross domestic product and today we have reduced it, removing the public, 31.7 percent of GDP.”
The national target, said cabinet chief, is “to enable the provinces and private enterprises that can be financed at good interest rates” as it is “crystal clear” the intention of reaching an agreement with the Paris Club.