Batakis brings together executives from energy, technology and automotive companies

Batakis brings together executives from energy, technology and automotive companies

The head of the economic portfolio will maintain an intense agenda in Washington.

The Minister of Economy, Silvina Batakiswill develop this Tuesday an intense agenda of activities in Washington that include meetings with investors and directors of some of the main companies in the energy, technology and automotive sectors that operate in Argentina.

Batakis, together with the Deputy Minister of Economy, Karina Angelettiarrived this Sunday at noon in the US capital and this Monday held a meeting with the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Kristalina Georgieva, and with the Director General of World Bank Operations, Axel Von Trotsenburg, who confirmed a disbursement of 200 million dollars for Argentina.

Tuesday’s agenda includes a working breakfast -at the headquarters of the Argentine embassy- with investors and economic analysts, among whom executives from Santander Investments, Stone Harbor, Goldentree, Bracebridge, Barcaly’s Capital and Banzaamong others.

After noon, Batakis will participate in a meeting that will take place at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in which he will give a speech and in which he will later hold bilateral meetings with the president of the oil company Chevron for production and exploitation in Africa and Latin America, Clay Neff.

Starting at 2:30 p.m. local time (3:30 p.m. in Argentina) it will continue with a series of bilateral meetings with directors of General Motors, Amazon and Google.

Finally, the Minister of Economy plans to leave for the airport at 3:55 p.m. local time (4:55 p.m. in Argentina), according to the Argentine embassy in Washington.

Batakis’s trip to Washington took shape at the close of last week, after the Suspension of the meeting that President Alberto Fernández planned to hold with Joe Bidendue to the coronavirus picture that the US president is undergoing.



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