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Argentina and the IMF During the Two Bush Administrations

Author: Domingo Cavallo
Spring 2004


International Finanace

The economic history of Argentina from the mid-1940s, when Juan Domingo Peron came to power, to the end of the 1980s can be narrated without any significant reference to the role of the U.S. government. However, since 1989, when Carlos Saul Menem became the first Peronist to be elected president after Peron's death, the relationship between Argentina and the U.S government has been often mentioned as a key factor in the ups and downs of the Argentinian economy...

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