On January 14, The Dialogue published a commentary by Cefeidas Group’s political and regulatory risk lead specialist Megan Cook and specialist Emilia Cerra. They were quoted on the “social pact”, Alberto Fernández’s plan for Argentina, responding to the following questions:
Just weeks after taking office as Argentina’s new president, Alberto Fernández announced that his government had reached a “social pact” with businesses and trade unions in order to revive the nation’s economy. The pact is expected to include higher wages, fixed prices and an expanded money supply. How would Fernández’s plan affect economic growth? Will social unrest break out if results don’t materialize soon? How strong is support from businesses and labor unions for the social pact’s agenda?
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