The large Latin American country of Argentina has just elected a new President. He will replace Cristina Fernandez, who many say has made Argentina an economic pariah on the world stage. She often championed protectionist policies and ignored the need for open trade agreements, a common strategy for her party, the Peronists.
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Many have hopes that the newly elected Mauricio Macri will support a free market and help relieve the country of its economic woes. Though, it might take a while for Macri to turn things around. But there's a lot more to life in Argentina than its economic problems.
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