Argentina’s economy minister resigned

Argentina’s economy minister resigned

The Minister of Economy of the Argentine Republic, Martín Guzmán, resigned from his position, and made it known through your twitter accountwith a letter addressed to the president of that country, Alberto Fernández.

Martín Guzmán expressed: “With the deep conviction and confidence in my vision of the path that Argentina should follow, I will continue working and acting for a more just, free and sovereign Homeland.”

“Together we have taken steps so that the economy of our country recovers and grows. The hour requires that whoever you have take the reins of the Ministry that until today I had the honor of leading,” said the now former minister.

Among other things, Guzmán pointed out: “It will be essential that I work on a political agreement within the governing coalition so that whoever replaces me, who will have this high responsibility ahead of him, has centralized management of the macroeconomic policy instruments necessary to consolidate the progress described and meet the challenges ahead.

It should be borne in mind that in Argentina, in addition to having gone through the global crisis due to Covid-19, it has been experiencing the constant depreciation of the Argentine peso and successive economic crises that have occurred over time for decades. To this is added a large monetary issue, high inflation and many restrictions to buy foreign currency.

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