Argentina's Fix-It Man Is Slowing Down and Investors Are WorriedBy
Macri plans to chip away gradually at deficit and inflation
Some analysts would prefer him to continue early shock therapy
When it comes to fixing Argentina’s ailing economy, Mauricio Macri has presented himself as a man in a hurry. In the month since he became president, he has dismantled currency controls and export tariffs, started an overhaul of the discredited statistics bureau and announced plans to resolve the country’s decade-old debt dispute within weeks.
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