Trudeau looks to gain foothold in Argentina as doors open to investors
Source: Toronto Sun
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Justin Trudeau today makes his first foray into South America as prime minister, landing in Argentina for a two-day stopover in a country that is rapidly opening up its foreign investment rules.
After years of populist, nationalistic governments, Argentina is moving towards the political centre as president Mauricio Macri makes changes to currency rules and the central statistics office to rebuild credibility and investor interest.
Trudeau says Argentina is a country with challenges, but also opportunities for growth.
A former Canadian diplomat to South America says the political shift that is underway in Argentina is being mirrored in neighbouring countries, making Trudeau’s visit a shrewd geopolitical move.
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