How Macri Can Turn Argentina Into a Latin American Energy Leader

How Macri Can Turn Argentina Into a Latin American Energy Leader
Supporters of an oil nationalization bill outside Congress, Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 25, 2012 (AP photo by Natacha Pisarenko).

The energy world has been abuzz since Mauricio Macri won a surprise victory in Argentina’s presidential elections on Nov. 22. The former mayor of Buenos Aires’ pro-business platform has raised expectations at home and abroad among investors and analysts anxious for change. Argentina has the potential to be both a regional and global energy leader, but after 12 years of Kirchnerismo, Macri has a long road ahead. Still, the prospects for an economic and energy turnaround have never been brighter, and Argentina’s energy sector has the potential to become a significant driver of future economic growth. Macri, who was sworn […]

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