Summit Mission today: Sandleris to meet David Lipton, first deputy managing director of the IMF


Jun 6, 2005
11 April 2019
Per Google Translate...
Guido Sandleris will have today what is perhaps the most important meeting for the future of the Argentine economy until the elections. It will be at the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with the first deputy managing director of the organization, the American David Lipton, virtual number two of Christine Lagarde.

A man better known in Buenos Aires as the ideological architect of the explicit prohibition that the Government of Mauricio Macri use part of the organism's money to stop an eventual escape of the dollar. The mission of the president of the Central Bank will then be to explore with the stoney Fund official the possibility of some kind of flexibility in his hard position against the alternative of being able to dispose of some of the IMF's money to execute "responsible exchange policy", according to the maxim minted in Argentina before the start of the trip to Washington.....