New York TimesArgentina's New President Moves Swiftly to Shake Up the EconomyNew York TimesIn his first days in office, Mr. Macri has made quick-fire, market-oriented changes meant to reinvigorate the economy after sluggish business investment and growth in recent years. In contrast, his predecessor, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, who had ...Argentina's Macri Moves Quickly to Reboot EconomyNasdaqArgentina's Macri Tackles Flawed Government Data as Part of OverhaulWall Street Journalall 4 news articles » read whole article

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