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Argentina transcurre un periodo de transformación después de 12 años de inmensa corrupción y negligencia por los gobiernos Kirchneristas; Néstor Kirchner y Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.
El pasado octubre, los argentinos le dijeron “no más” a la invasión Kirchnerista al elegir como presidente al candidato centro-derecha Mauricio Macri. Lo que le puso un punto final al régimen que contrajo alta inflación, escasez de dólares, erosión de reservas extranjeras, y acciones gubernamentales que dañaban la confianza en el país y limitaba su acceso al mercado internacional. Pronto después que el nuevo gobierno tomara el poder, las agencias que clasifican inversiones ascendió al país sudamericano de negativo a estable.
Uno de los mayores triunfos del presente gobierno fue obtener el permiso del Congreso Nacional para negociar la vieja disputa con “los holdouts” sobre la deuda del país. Lo que resultó en una excelente reintroducción del país a los mercados capitales de inversiones internacionales.
Como señal de confianza para Argentina, el presidente de los Estados Unidos Barack Obama realizó una visita oficial al país el pasado marzo después de que Macri tomara el poder. Obama alabó la velocidad con la que el Presidente Argentino tomó las riendas de su país y comenzó con la reestructuración. Los presidentes firmaron un acuerdo comercial con la esperanza que compañías norteamericanas invirtieran billones de dólares en la economía Argentina en los próximos años.
Ahora, Fernández de Kirchner, su familia y aliados enfrentan serias acusaciones judiciales que podrían concluir con la sentencia de muchos, inclusive de ella. Los Kirchner y sus secuaces están aterrados.
Mientras tanto, los argentinos ya sienten un aire fresco de cambios y mejoras.

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Argentina’s makeover

Commentary by Dermidio Juez-Perez
Argentina is undergoing a transformation after 12 years of immense corruption and negligence by husband and wife and former Presidents Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and Nestor Kirchner.
Back in October 2015, Argentinians said no more to the Kirchner invasion by electing center-right candidate Mauricio Macri as president. That stopped the regime that had brought high inflation, dollar shortages, an erosion of foreign reserves, and government actions that undermined business confidence and limited access to international capital markets. Soon after the new government took office, investment rating agencies upgraded their outlook for the country from negative to stable.
A major triumph of the new government was to obtain the Argentinian Congress’ approval to reach an agreement settling a 15-year dispute with “holdout” hedge funds that owned substantial amounts of debt. That resulted in a well-received return for Argentina to the international capital markets by investors.
Signaling another boost of confidence in Argentina, U.S. President Barack Obama made an official visit to the country in March after Macri had taken office. Obama praised the speed at which reforms were being made and signed a trade and investment framework agreement to cooperate with Argentina in many areas, with the hope that U.S. companies would add billions of dollars in investment to Argentina’s economy.
Now, Fernandez de Kirchner, her close family and allies are facing serious charges that will likely result in many of them being sentenced to prison, including herself. The Kirchners and their minions are terrified.
Meanwhile, Argentinians are feeling the fresh air of change and improvement and the country is going through a much-needed financial and social makeover.

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