Who's Who in the New Argentina: Macri's Five Key MinistersBy
Former JPMorgan executive to spearhead economic transformation
Campaign head Marcos Pena takes over as cabinet chief
President-elect Mauricio Macri is planning to curtail 12 years of left-wing populism in Argentina. He and his cabinet will seek to eliminate currency controls, reach a deal with holdout bondholders and reduce subsidies. He has to do all that with the fiscal deficit at its biggest in three decades, foreign currency reserves at a nine-year low and without a majority in either chamber of congress.
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