Viewpoint: Macri's First 100 Days in Office
By: Juan Cruz Diaz
Mauricio Macri's administration is off to a running start, reaching deals on 85% of Argentina's disputed debt.
With Obama's visit to Argentina in March, Macri can kick off a new foreign policy agenda, i.e. closer U.S. ties.
Mauricio Macri took office on December 10, 2015, and the Argentine president’s first 100 days have been marked by a series of major fiscal, political, and regulatory policy measures. These changes reflect a significant departure from the policies of Macri’s predecessor, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. The new administration has so far demonstrated a willingness to address Argentina’s fiscal imbalances, as well as a commitment to the pro-market campaign promises of Let’s Change, the political coalition Macri represents.
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