Argentina has reached an agreement to receive a $50bn loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) over a three-year period, as the country looks to halt rising inflation and improve its struggling economy.
Subject to approval from the IMF board, reports initially suggested the loan would be $30bn when President Mauricio Macri appealed to the IMF on 8 May for an emergency package in an effort to avoid a financial...
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