Argentine Election Not Expected to Bring Change

Argentine Election Not Expected to Bring Change

Economy & Policy

If, as expected, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner wins the election, analysts expect few changes in economic policy. "Her policies would be oriented towards maintaining a competitive exchange rate [and] keeping the fiscal and external accounts in surplus," says Goldman Sachs. It adds that government intervention in the economy will remain high. To deal with inflation, risks of a wage-price spiral, a deteriorating fiscal position and a growing energy crisis, the shop expects the new administration

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