How changes in international scene will affect Argentina’s economy

The economist Dante Sica (director of consultancy agency Abceb) explained the future that Argentina’s economy will front in the following months. He answers five key questions that links the country with the international outcome.

In the first question Sica explains Mercosur is experimenting a new stage of development, where integration of LATAM countries, in terms of international business, and facilitating access to markets inside Mercosur, is a priority. He remarks that the future government agenda will include trade openness and market integration.

In the second place, Sica talks about the objective of Argentina government of having open trade negotiations in 2019 with UE, Japan, China, Mexico, Mercosur countries and USA.

The economist continues the interview enumerating the countries in Latin America that had grown and enumerate the advantages Argentina has to grew in the following semester.

Sica gives special attention to investment sector, being the key to future development.

Finally, the explains with optimism the future of Brazil economy situation, consequently, positive to Argentina.

Source: El Cronista, Newspaper

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