Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS May 27, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Apr 11, 2019
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The DPF2 is the second in a series of two operations supporting reform measures to (i) strengthen the foundations for private sector-led growth, and (ii) strengthen the social safety net and enhance fiscal equity. The DPF series complements and reinforces the stabilization efforts by supporting measures that tackle distortions and level the playing field forprivate sector-led growth, which are important measures to help sustain and increase potential growth. Similarly, strengthening the social safety net system and enhancing fiscal equity are central to the operation to protect the most vulnerable and improve inclusion.
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Ministerio de Hacienda
Agustín Mai - Director Nacional de Financiamiento con Organismos Internacionales