Will Argentina Soon Be Crying For Its Economic Guru?By
No one in Latin America is as closely identified with a country's success as Argentina's Economy Minister, Domingo Cavallo. His so-called Cavallo Plan, setting the peso at parity with the dollar, buried hyperinflation and contributed to strong economic growth in the early 1990s. Earlier this year, Cavallo headed off a run on the banks by rustling up $6 billion in credits from international lenders.
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