Back in January, there was a newcomer to the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland; his name is Mauricio Macri, the current President of Argentina who is promising that his country will join the global economy as big players through investment and trade.
Enormous Potential, Promising New Beginnings
Years of corruption led by Peronist rule has finally come to an end with the election of Mauricio Macri, who promises to realise Argentina’s position as a country with enormous economic potential. Turning its back on radical populism could be a huge step towards economic reform.
Argentina and Britain have a tumultuous relationship stemming from the Falklands war, but Britain is a front runner in welcoming the country to rejoin the international community and forge even stronger trading ties than harboured in previous years.