Juan Manzur’s sharp definition of the agreement with the IMF

The Chief of Staff, Juan Manzur, he anticipated that the national government “will search by all means an agreement with him International Monetary Fund“and he said that the refinancing of the debt contracted during the government of Mauricio Macri is under way.

“We are working with seriousness and responsibility. We are making every effort so that the authorities of the agencies accept an agreement that allows us to continue with this process of economic growth that we have begun,” he added. Manzur.

The Chief of Staff spoke on the subject during his presentation at the Inter-American Council for Trade and Production. In addition, he assured that “ordering this problem, solving it and completing it will take time”, but highlighted the agreement of the Casa Rosada in the negotiation carried out by the Minister of Economy, Martín Guzmán.

Manzur He added that the debt “will remain as a historical burden for the previous administration” and added that “with this awareness of the complexities of the present, we are going to work to achieve the macroeconomic consistency that is necessary for sustainable development.”

The Tucuman leader also referred to the inflation and how it is punishing the pocket of the Argentines. “Today we are seeing good signs, while we pay attention to the problems. There are red, yellow and green lights. We have to be able to see them all,” he explained.

“Sometimes it seems that in this crack that some only see the red lights and others the green ones. Our obligation is to see them all. We are working with a comprehensive approach to fight inflation. It is a complex multi-causal phenomenon that cannot be resolved with full adjustment Manzur.

Finally, Manzur He highlighted that “more than 80% of the population is vaccinated with one dose against Covid-19 and more than 60% with the two doses, which implies 36 million in the first case and more than 28 million with complete immunization.” “The advanced vaccination campaign will allow a possible outbreak to pass better,” closed the Chief of Staff.


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