ARGENTINE GOVERNOR MAY FURTHER DILUTE CENTRAL BANK INDEPENDENCE

ARGENTINE GOVERNOR MAY FURTHER DILUTE CENTRAL BANK INDEPENDENCE

Newsmakers | Argentina
Argentine president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in early October triggered the resignation of the head of the country’s central bank, Juan Carlos Fabrega, by criticizing him for not reducing manipulation of the country’s currency. His replacement, Alejandro Vanoli, formerly the head of the country’s securities regulator, CNV, doesn’t look likely to set Argentina on a better path.

NOT FOR THE FAINTHEARTED

NOT FOR THE FAINTHEARTED

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