State workers demonstrate outside Argentina's Congress in Buenos Aires in September 2016. Argentine President Mauricio Macri's decision to negotiate a loan with the International Monetary Fund will complicate his efforts to secure re-election next year.
The weather is about to get a lot heavier for Argentine President Mauricio Macri. He has begun negotiations with the International Monetary Fund for up to $30 billion in flexible credit to halt the Argentine peso's slide, but the move has hurt Macri's standing, providing his opponents with abundant political...
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