Argentine governor demands political consensus on macroeconomic framework

Guido Sandleris Commons

The governor of the Central Bank of Argentina, Guido Sandleris, demanded political parties reach a consensus around the macroeconomic framework needed to stabilise the economy.

In a speech in Buenos Aires on September 2, the governor stressed “it is not normal for a presidential election to generate the level of uncertainty and volatility we have seen these weeks”.

He added: “This does not happen in other parts of the world, where ideological differences exist, and are often wide, but always

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