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Argentina is back, but will one of this year's best emerging market stories be short-lived?
Argentina’s Interior Minister Rogelio Frigerio talks about paving a way for stable fiscal policies and the importance of collaborating with opposition parties
Aaron Weinman, Senior Reporter at LatinFinance interviews Rogelio Frigerio, Minister of the Interior, Argentina at the LatinFinance Cumbre Financiera Argentina.
Argentina’s Finance Secretary Luis Caputo discusses the government’s strategy to curb inflation and medium-term financing requirements
Kevin Gray, Deputy Editor of LatinFinance interviews Luis Andrés Caputo, Secretary of Finance, Ministry of Finance of Argentina at the LatinFinance Cumbre Financiera Argentina.
YPF CEO Daniel Gonzalez stresses the importance of investing in upstream assets and the concerns with the global oil & gas industry
Aaron Weinman, Senior Reporter from LatinFinance interviews Daniel Gonzalez, Interim Chief Executive Officer & Chief Financial Officer, YPF at the LatinFinance Cumbre Financiera Argentina.
Mendoza Gov. Alfredo Cornejo talks Malbec Bonds, investing in the country’s tourism sector and Mendoza’s potential in renewable energy
Aaron Weinman, Senior Reporter from LatinFinance interviews Alfredo Cornejo, Governor of the Province of Mendoza at the LatinFinance Cumbre Financiera Argentina.
Puente Managing Director Horacio Aguilar says Argentina’s corporates will enjoy strong investor sentiment in the coming months and expects oil and media companies to issue soon
Aaron Weinman, Senior Reporter from LatinFinance interviews Horacio Aguilar, Managing Director – Capital Markets & Corporate Finance, Puente at the LatinFinance Cumbre Financiera Argentina.
Los Grobo Chairman & CEO Gustavo Grobocopatel sees new opportunities for Argentina’s agribusinesses
Kevin Gray, Deputy Editor of LatinFinance interviews Gustavo Grobocopatel, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Grupo Los Grobo at the LatinFinance Cumbre Financiera Argentina.
Puente Chief Economist Alejo Costa says some Argentines are still skeptical about the country’s latest comeback from default, but hopes the government aims to achieve its targets gradually
Aaron Weinman, Senior Reporter from LatinFinance interviews Alejo Costa Chief Economist for Puente at LatinFinance's 2nd Cumbre Financiera Argentina in Buenos Aires.
Chile: Poised to grow
Issuers and investors took a bullish stance on Chile's economy at LatinFinance's 9th Andean Finance & Investment Forum in Santiago
Pemex's CFO Mario Beauregard discusses attracting private investment in an era of low oil prices
Mexico’s secretary of finance Luis Videgaray discusses the country’s strategy for hedging oil prices amid a global commodities crash
LatinFinance names Rafael Correa, President of Ecuador, as Person of the Year 2015. See full details here www.latinfinance.com/poy
Luis Videgaray responds to criticism of speed of reforms
Leading Mexican officials, including finance minister Luis Videgaray, head of public credit Alejandro Díaz de León, and Pemex treasurer Rodolfo Campos, hit back at mounting domestic criticism that the benefits of last year's historic reforms are slow to be seen