Ecuador has rebuilt its relationship with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the agency with which it hopes to reach a sustainable agreement over time and beneficial for both parties, said the Minister of Economy. Despite the rapprochement between the Government and the IMF, financing by the multilateral agency has not yet been finalized. However, there is a predisposition on both sides for a possible disbursement. The Minister of Economy and Finance, Ricardo Martinez, reiterated yesterday that although they have been rebuilding relations with the IMF, the country has identified several sources of financing, both national and international to cover about…
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