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|Argentina and the IMF|
Updated June 3, 2015
|On July 12, 2013, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund concluded the consideration of the Financial Sector Stability Assessment (FSSA) for Argentina.|
The FSSA is a report on the key findings of the financial stability assessment conducted as part of the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP), which is a comprehensive and in-depth assessment of a country's financial sector. In cases where the FSSA is discussed by the Fund's Executive Board outside the context of an Article IV consultation, at the conclusion of the discussion, the Chairperson of the Board summarizes the views of Executive Directors and this summary is transmitted to the country's authorities.
Fund policies and procedures encourage a country to decide in favor of publication, although—in line with these policies—the authorities of a country may choose to not publish the report discussed at the Board. In the case of Argentina, the authorities need more time to consider whether to publish the FSSA.
The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on July 28, 2006. Listed below are items related to Argentina, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|February 04, 1998 -- Press Release: IMF Approves Three-Year Extended Fund Facility for Argentina|
|October 01, 1997 -- Banking Crises in Latin America in the 1990s - Lessons from Argentina, Paraguay, and Venezuela|
Author/Editor: García-Herrero, Alicia
Series: Working Paper No. 97/140
|September 23, 1997 -- Statement by the Hon. Carlos A. Massad, Governor of the World Bank and the Fund for Chile on behalf of the Latin American Governors of the Fund, at the Joint Annual Discussion.|
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|September 18, 1997 -- Press Conference by Michel Camdessus, Managing Director|
First of all, welcome to this press conference and welcome to Hong Kong, this city which offers us so many exciting glimpses of the 21st century. This being said, we did not come here for dreaming but for working and working hard, so I will start as usual by giving you the menu of our work, in the form of the agenda of the Interim Committee.
|September 01, 1997 -- Monetary Impact of a Banking Crisis and the Conduct of Monetary Policy|
Author/Editor: García-Herrero, Alicia
Series: Working Paper No. 97/124
|July 11, 1997 -- Borrowing Risk and the Tequila Effect|
Author/Editor: Agénor, Pierre-Richard
Series: Working Paper No. 97/86
|June 09, 1997 -- IMF Survey:|
Featured in this issue: Manuel Guitian on IMF's work on monetary, banking, and exchange rate areas; impact of labor standards on trade, Michel Camdessus on Argentine reforms and Alassane Ouattara on globalization's challenges for Africa; and IMF's first press information notices--summaries of Executive Board discussions on economies of Aruba, Belize, and Tunisia. PDF File Size: 617Kb
|May 21, 1997 -- Toward a Second Generation of Structural Reform in Latin America|
Address given at the 1997 National Banks Convention Buenos Aires, Argentina
|April 24, 1997 -- Press Conference by Michel Camdessus, Managing Director|
As usual, I might tell you what is the agenda that we will suggest the Ministers and Governors adopt next Monday at the Interim Committee. In addition to discussing the World Economic Outlook in the morning session, Ministers will also review our progress in strengthening surveillance and our progress on the standards for dissemination of economic and financial data.
|April 01, 1997 -- Bank Concentration and the Supply of Credit in Argentina|
Author/Editor: Cañonero, Gustavo Enrique
Series: Working Paper No. 97/40
|March 01, 1997 -- Bank Credit in Argentina in the Aftermath of the Mexican Crisis: Supply or Demand Constrained?|
Author/Editor: Catão, Luis
Series: Working Paper No. 97/32
|September 26, 1996 -- Press Conference by Michel Camdessus, Managing Director|
As on previous occasions, let me tell you what we have on the menu of the Interim Committee for next Sunday which, as you know, determines more or less the focus of the agenda of the Annual Meetings as well.
|September 13, 1996 -- News Brief: IMF Management Supports Revised Argentine Economic Program|
|August 14, 1996 -- News Brief: IMF Statement on Argentina|
|May 27, 1996 -- Argentina and the Challenge of Globalization — Address by Michel Camdessus|
Address by Michel Camdessus at the Academy of Economic Science, Buenos Aires, Argentina
|May 01, 1996 -- Credit and Exchange Rate-Based Stabilization|
Author/Editor: Khamis, May Y.
Series: Working Paper No. 96/51
|April 12, 1996 -- Press Release: IMF Approves Stand-By Credit for Argentina|
|January 22, 1996 -- Dollarization in Latin America - Recent Evidence and Some Policy Issues|
Author/Editor: Savastano, Miguel A.
Series: Working Paper No. 96/4
|December 01, 1995 -- Financial Sector Reforms in Eight Countries: Issues and Results|
Author/Editor: Galbis, Vicente
Series: Working Paper No. 95/141
|December 01, 1995 -- Argentina - Recent Economic Developments|
Series: IMF Staff Country Report No. 95/110
Notes: This paper on recent economic developments was prepared by a staff team of the International Monetary Fund as background documentation for the periodic consultation with this member country. As such, the views expressed in this document are those of the staff team and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Government of Argentina, or the Executive Board of the IMF. In releasing this document for public use, confidential material has been removed at the request of the member.