RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A good government manages to make the most of favorable business cycles in the global economy and to minimize the local impact of unfavorable scenarios as far as possible. It is more likely to miss positive phases through its own mistakes than to avoid the consequences of adverse phases.
Like all other countries, Argentina suffered from the pandemic, but internal decisions led to a fall in its GDP of almost 10% in 2020, one of the largest in the world. Several international economic data impact the local economy and will continue to do so in the . . .