Monday, September 17, 2012
(Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund board met on Monday to discuss whether Argentina has made progress in improving the quality of its inflation and growth data since an IMF warning in February, an IMF spokesman said.
The Fund did not immediately issue a statement on the meeting although one is expected. It is likely the IMF will give Argentina more time to comply with international standards in reporting its statistics.
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