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Argentina The here and now: towards a more competitive country

Today more than ever it is important to emphasize that achieving a competitive economy remains one of Argentina’s outstanding objectives. Given the fact that the most competitive countries in the world are the ones that are the most developed and, in most cases, have less inequity, only a significant leap in our competitiveness will allow us to go through a sustainable path of economic growth. Structurally, a country is competitive when under open market conditions it has created and maintained the conditions…

Argentina Wins Upgrade to Emerging Status after nine long years

Argentina won promotion to emerging-market status for the first time in almost a decade, rewarding President Mauricio Macri for his efforts to scrap capital controls and normalize the economy after taking over in 2015 following years of mismanagement. The decision by MSCI Inc., which dropped Argentina to frontier status in 2009, may set the stage for a 20 percent gain in the benchmark equity index, Morgan Stanley says, after a peso rout created one of the world’s worst-performing stock markets in dollar terms.…

11 Things I Learned About Investing in Argentina

After completing my studies at the University of Canterbury I wanted the challenge of living and working abroad in a foreign language. With the help of the New Zealand Prime Minister ́s Scholarship and the New Zealand Embassy to Argentina, I undertook a three-month legal internship with Wiener.Soto.Caparrós in Buenos Aires. WSC is a mid-size law firm specialising in cross-border legal advice, with specific expertise in cross-border finance, mergers and acquisitions, corporate structuring, tax law, employment…

5 Great Reasons to Do Business in Argentina

As Argentina re-enters the global market, investor interest has surged by people wanting to do business there. The emerging economy has taken great leaps towards reducing their well-known economic problems. There have been numerous government initiatives aimed at improving the economic state of the country and encouraging foreign participation. Some of these government-led initiatives include, but are not limited too: The lifting of foreign-exchange controls. Creation of the Argentinian Simplified Shares Company (S.A.S…