The Long Road Back

The Long Road Back


Eighteen months after the Argentine financial crisis, considerable uncertainties exist in the country's macroeconomic environment and banking sector that continue to impede the sector from restoring normal operations. Questions over the sustainability of economic growth and exchange rate stability, as well as the failure of the government to define its stance on bank compensation for losses incurred during its deposit freeze remain critical variables in the banking system's recovery. The renegotiation of government debt also is a critical factor, accounting for around 50% of the banking sector's assets. Some of that debt is currently performing, but whether or not it will be included in the

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