Commentary: This Is No Time For Menem To Be Pandering To UnionsBy
Since taking office in 1989, President Carlos Menem has moved Argentina a long way toward becoming a competitive country. He has privatized swaths of the economy, imposed fiscal and monetary discipline to cut annual inflation to less than 1% from nearly 5,000%, and forced local companies to become efficient by letting in imports.
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