Argentina is trying to work out a deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in a bid to avoid economic collapse.
The government has until March to restructure billions of dollars in debt, loaned to it by the IMF in 2018 when then-president Mauricio Macri struck a $57bn agreement with the lender.
Protests have taken place in Argentina against the largest loan in IMF history as inflation and poverty rise sharply.
Al Jazeera's @Teresa Bo spoke to its Economy Minister Martin Guzman about progress made in the negotiations in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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