The New and Improved Argentina Is Still a Tricky Place to Invest

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  • Macri lifted the most onerous of currency controls in December
  • But time limits, bank account rules still hinder investments

When Mauricio Macri took over as president of Argentina in December, investors cheered it as a turning point in the nation’s boom-to-bust narrative, a move that would kick-start cash flows back into the South American nation.

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