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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 November, the second straight month of increase.  An internal government document leaked to Clarín in January estimated that growth had increased by close to one percent in the last quarter of 2016. While this was a far cry from the optimistic scenario painted by former Finance […]
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