This Supply Sider Is Riding High

De la Sota has Cordoba province besting the rest of Argentina

Argentina may have come up with its own version of Ronald Reagan. He's Jose Manuel de la Sota, the governor of the heartland province of Cordoba, population 3.1 million. While the rest of the country is on an austerity drive, de la Sota is going supply sider, cutting taxes and offering generous incentives to lure foreign investors. "We're breaking with the old model of demanding sacrifices up front and deferring any benefits until later," says the 50-year-old renegade.

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