Argentina: Foreign direct investment and corporate strategies

In the late 1980s Argentina embarked upon one of Latin America's most ambitious economic reform plans, based on two main pillars: the “Convertibility Plan", which used a fixed exchange rate to control inflation, and the downsizing of the public sector through massive privatization of State-owned assets.

Related Subject(s): International Trade and Finance
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Countries: Argentina
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