August 4, 2022 |
Argentina said Wednesday that it is taking out $533 million in loans from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) for healthcare, road safety and tourism programs, a decision that comes on the heels of gaining access to a $1.14 billion credit line from the multi-lateral lender for lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
Of the loans, $33 million will go toward promoting the country's nature for tourism, according to a presidential decree.
Another $200 million will go to improving road safety in the
South American nation borrows another $533 mln for health, road safety and tourism