April 1, 2021
Argentina has obtained $300 million in loans from the World Bank with $250 million for the public healthcare system and $80 million for digital services, the president's office said in a press release on Wednesday.
The floating-rate loans are repayable over 32 years with grace periods of seven years, the presidency said.
The healthcare loan will go to treat chronic diseases like cancer and hypertension and also go to integrating national and provincial IT systems in the sector. The other loan wi
Country will receive $250 mln for public health costs and $80 mln for digital services