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Argentinians protest over $50B IMF loan | Money Talks

Argentina has secured a $50 billion loan from the IMF. The amount is 11 times higher than the country's quota, and officials say that's a sign international investors believe in the government's planned reforms. But as Mobin Nasir reports, many Argentinians fear it means worse times ahead. For more analysis on this we spoke to TRT World editor-at-large Craig Copetas in Paris.

Austerity measures spark protests in Argentina | Money Talks

Austerity measures spark protests in Argentina | Money Talks

Pakistan in talks with IMF on bailout package | Money Talks

Pakistan in talks with IMF on bailout package | Money Talks

Emerging markets feel the sting of strengthening dollar | Money Talks

Emerging markets feel the sting of strengthening dollar | Money Talks

Argentina Economy: IMF approves $50B credit line to solve crisis

Argentina Economy: IMF approves $50B credit line to solve crisis

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