A Window of Opportunity

By Andrea Montanino

Andrea Montanino is the Director of the Atlantic Council's Global Business and Economics Program. He leads the Council's work on global trade, growth, and finance. He formerly acted as Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund, representing the governments of Italy, Albania, Greece, Malta, Portugal, and San Marino.

Argentina’s new government that came to power last year is embarking on major economic reforms. The Cipher Brief spoke with Director of Global Business and Economics at the Atlantic Council Andrea Montanino about what this overhaul looks like and what it means for investment. Montanino is also a former Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

The Cipher Brief: Argentina is reengaging with the international community, following an ambitious economic reform plan spearheaded by the Macri government. How is the initiative changing Argentina’s relationship with multilateral organizations like the IMF?

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