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Argentina’s beleaguered government imposes capital controls

Fear of a return of the authoritarian and highly corrupt previous Kirchner government provokes a market crash, forcing the president’s hand When Maurico Marci was elected president of Argentina in 2015, one of his first acts was to abolish capital controls that restricted buying and selling of the peso. The move symbolised Argentina’s pivot back to open markets and liberal economic reforms under his rule. On September 1st, after weeks of market turmoil, Mr Macri was forced to issue a decree reimposing…

Argentina’s Election Guide

E-book: View here “The Essentials” free, exclusive e-book on the 2019 presidential elections to understand one of the most consequential elections in Argentina in decades. See below for more information. Who is running and where does each candidate stand on the issues? How is Mauricio Macri different from Alberto Fernández? What are the key battlegrounds? Please note the views expressed here are not necessarily in accord with ours. (Visited 20 times, 1 visits today) About Gateway to…

Nicholas Watson – Teneo (strategic corporate counselors) on the 2019 Argentina Elections

Nicholas Watson leads Teneo’s political risk coverage for Spanish-speaking Latin America. Here he gives what I believe to be one of the best descriptions I have seen over Argentina’s upcoming elections. These elections will make or break Argentina’s future for the next few decades with many investors fearing a return to the corrupt authoritarian rule of the Kirchners that drove the country into bankruptcy. Here his companies opinion. Nicholas has over 15 years’ experience creating and…
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