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(FILES) Dated April 5, 2007 filed photo shows the International Monetary Fund logo is seen along Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC. The International Monetary Fund said its executive board on September 18, 2009 endorsed the sale of 403 tonnes of gold, worth an estimated 13 billion dollars, to boost its lending capacity, particularly to poor countries.  The IMF said in a statement the sales would be "in a volume strictly limited to 403.3 metric tonnes, with these sales to be conducted under modalities that safeguard against disruption of the gold market."   AFP PHOTO/TIM SLOAN (Photo credit should read TIM SLOAN/AFP/Getty Images)
(FILES) Dated April 5, 2007 filed photo shows the International Monetary Fund logo is seen along Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC. The International Monetary Fund said its executive board on September 18, 2009 endorsed the sale of 403 tonnes of gold, worth an estimated 13 billion dollars, to boost its lending capacity, particularly to poor countries.  The IMF said in a statement the sales would be "in a volume strictly limited to 403.3 metric tonnes, with these sales to be conducted under modalities that safeguard against disruption of the gold market."   AFP PHOTO/TIM SLOAN (Photo credit should read TIM SLOAN/AFP/Getty Images)

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En perspectiva: Argentina negocia un préstamo con el Fondo Monetario Internacional

Luego del anuncio de Mauricio Macri, presidente de Argentina, sobre los intentos de su país por conseguir un préstamo del Fondo Monetario Internacional, el ministro de hacienda, Nicolás Dujovne, viajó hasta Washington para comenzar la negociación con el FMI. ¿Cómo impacta esto a la economía de Argentina? Jonatan Viale nos da su perspectiva.

En perspectiva: Argentina negocia un préstamo con el Fondo Monetario Internacional

Luego del anuncio de Mauricio Macri, presidente de Argentina, sobre los intentos de su país por conseguir un préstamo del Fondo Monetario Internacional, el ministro de hacienda, Nicolás Dujovne, viajó hasta Washington para comenzar la negociación con el FMI. ¿Cómo impacta esto a la economía de Argentina? Jonatan Viale nos da su perspectiva.