Inflation, salaries, income and debt: the economic axes of Argentina’s President Fernández

The Argentine president spoke before a Plaza de Mayo crowded with supporters. He focused on the government's economic policies.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Alberto Fernández spoke yesterday (17) in Plaza de Mayo during the Militancy Day ceremony, focusing on the government's economic policies, as a means of relaunching the government's mandate.

In this speech, he stressed that "this year salaries will beat inflation" and added that "the most important thing is that the salaries of those who work will no longer pay income tax." However, he stressed that "we still have many battles to fight."

"The first goal is to recover the economy once and for all, to make it grow, to fill the industry . . .

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