President-elect Macri vows to fix Argentine economy
By: Richard Lough
President-elect Mauricio Macri promised on Monday to correct the errors of Argentina's outgoing leftist government but urged patience while he defines his strategy to liberalize the ailing economy.
The conservative Macri, who won a run-off presidential election on Sunday, took immediate aim at central bank president Alejandro Vanoli, calling on officials at the bank to step aside so that his government could nominate a team that it trusted.
"Argentina's big problem today is that for four years there has been no growth, for four years no jobs have been created and now we have to get the country moving," Macri told a news conference.
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