Try for me Argentina
When Cristina Fernández de Kirchner steps down as Argentina’s president at the end of the year, she will hand over an economy in a state of disarray: inflation is soaring, growth is stagnant and investment has all but dried up. Vincent Manancourt asks the country’s legal community whether a change in government will bring more of the same or a welcome reversal in fortunes
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