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Argentine president Mauricio Macri during a state visit to Brazil. Image: Agencia Brasil do Fotografias/Flickr
By Cynthia J. Arnson Director, Latin American Program Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars In late January, Argentine government officials finally had some encouraging data that a long hoped-for economic rebound might actually be materializing.  Figures from the national statistics agency INDEC showed that month-on-month economic activity went up 1.4 percent between October and Novemb…
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