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Latin Business Chronicle asks leading experts about the outlook for changes in Argentina, including debt and energy policies.

BY CHRONICLE STAFF

Will Argentinas president-elect Cristina Fernandez change economic policies compared with her husband, current president Nestor Kirchner? Will she reach accord with Argentinas outstanding private and multilateral debtors? Will she try to solve Argentinas energy crisis? Latin Business Chronicle asked five experts to share their insight. Our panel includes:

  • Claudio M. Loser, visiting senior fellow, Inter-American Dialogue.
  • Jerry Haar, a professor of management and international business, Florida International University.
  • Jeremy Martin, director of the energy program at the Institute of the Americas.
  • Riordan Roett, director of the Latin American Studies Program at the Johns Hopkins Universitys School of Advanced International Studies.
  • Peter Rösler, deputy general manager of Ibero-Amerika Verein, Germany. 

Latin Business Chronicle: Do you expect her to change economic policies?

Riordan: I do not think she will have any choice but to do so - inflation, freezing utility  prices, energy supplies, deteriorating national fiscal surplus, etc wont work again as it has for her husband.

Haar: Dont expect anything radical. She has no intention of throwing out the...

 

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