Argentina's route to salvation

ARGENTINA - , A competitive exchange rate, a more open economy and sound banks should be the priorities, says Ricardo Haussmann professor of economic development at Harvard in Todays's Financial Times.

Argentina's political and economic transition in the two weeks since President Fernando de la Rua's resignation has been badly mismanaged. The potential consequences for the country and for the world are ominous.

The Peronists - who hold a majority in both chambers of Congress and in 17 out of 24

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