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Source: The Nation
BUENOS AIRES - An International Monetary Fund mission will go to Argentina to assess the state of the country's economy, the government said.
The economists, who will arrive Monday, aim to "gather information and exchange opinions with government officials, members of the private sector, members of Congress and civil organizations," according to a statement from the Ministry of Finance.
Monday will mark the Fund's resumption if its Article IV missions -- in which it assesses the strengths and weaknesses of the economies of each member country every year -- to Argentina after a 10-year hiatus. The regular fiscal checkups were interrupted in 2006 when then president Nestor Kirchner halted them.
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