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Argentina Expects $14b Investment
Argentina Expects $14b Investment

Argentina Expects $14b Investment

Argentina Expects $14b Investment

Domestic and foreign companies likely will invest $14 billion in Argentina this year as firms open their pockets to make good on previously announced investments, the head of the government’s investment promotion agency said, Reuters reported. President Mauricio Macri’s government struggled to pull in the investment it promised in his first year in office but the head of his Investment and Trade Promotion Agency, Juan Procaccini, said in an interview that 2017 was looking better. “The first year we had so many things to do in terms of ... becoming again a normal economy,” Procaccini said. “Now, we’re enjoying the fruits of that effort.” The agency, created shortly after Macri took office in late 2015, is working with companies on an additional $12.5 billion worth of investments in projects that have not yet been announced, he said.

 

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