The International Monetary Fund will make a compulsory review of Argentina’s economy because of the country’s refusal to allow the lender to examine its finances since 2006, newspaper La Nacion reported.
The Washington-based fund will report on the situation in Argentina and other member countries that haven’t submitted required annual reviews of economic policies and data, La Nacion said, citing IMF officials it didn’t identify.
The IMF will use both official statistics and private estimates to prepare the report, the Buenos Aires-based newspaper said.
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