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The Economist

Why is Argentina’s economy such a mess?

El profesor del MBA fue entrevistado por The Economist sobre las dificultades de la economía argentina.

Andrés Borenstein, professor from the MBA, was interviewed by The Economist about Argentina’s economic problems.

The professor explained that “one of the issues with Peronism is that they haven’t evolved with globalization and the world. Argentina’s exports have shrunk as a percentage of global exports, year after year”.

Furthermore, Borenstein talked about the mining sector and highlighted that “Argentina has one of the largest reserves of lithium, and is also very rich in copper. However, while Chile is the biggest copper exporter in the world, Argentina produces cero copper. And we share the same mountains”.

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