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Sergio Massa met with Joe Biden’s Special Advisor for the Americas and Lula’s Minister of Planning

Sergio Massa met with Joe Biden’s Special Advisor for the Americas and Lula’s Minister of Planning

Within the framework of the Annual Meeting of the Boards of Governors of the IDB, the Minister of Economy met with Christopher Dodd and Simone Nassar Tebet.

Sergio Massa met with Joe Biden’s Special Advisor for the Americas and Lula’s Minister of Planning

Ministry of Economy

Within the framework of his second day of activities in Panamawhere he participates in the Annual Meeting of the Boards of Governors of the IDB, the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massamet with Special Presidential Advisor for the Americas to Joe Biden, Christopher Doddand with the Minister of Planning, Budget and Management of Brazil, Simone Nassar Tebet.

During his encounter with Dodd, The global financial situation and the complexity involved in the rise in interest rates were analyzed for the world economy. In addition, both officials highlighted the importance of working together to address the situation that Latin America is going through on the global stage.

Massa Simone Nassar Tebet

Ministry of Economy

LaterThe minister had a meeting with Simone Tebetformer candidate for president in the last election of Brazil and who was summoned by Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to assume the Planning, Budget and Management portfolio of his Government. There, both ministers agreed on the importance of work on strategic regional integration projects between Argentina and Brazil and they analyzed the work agenda regarding gas pipelines, fertilizers and border crossings to improve logistics.

Finally, both highlighted the role of multilateral credit organizations ysu importance for the development of Latin Americawithin the framework of the integration of countries through infrastructure projects.

Sergio Massa closed a financial agreement with the IDB for US$235 million

agricultural health, waste management and maritime sustainability: these were the central axes of a financing proposal to the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) this Friday. The agreement was signed by the Minister of National Economy, Sergio Massawho also closed a disbursement to support small wine producersas had been argued by Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Juan Jose Bahillo.

This Friday, Massa participated in Annual Meeting of the Boards of Governors of the IDBin the City of Panama. There the Minister of Economy held a bilateral meeting with the president of the IDB, Ilan Goldfajnwith which they sealed agreements to finance Argentine programs for a total of $235 million.

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