A turbulent economy threatens reforms in Argentina

The government has vowed more cuts on government spending to reduce the deficit, and the impact is likely to be seen on the streets in the weeks ahead.

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    Argentina's falling currency and a recent interest rate increase could threaten the much-needed economic reforms promised by the government.

    When he came to power two years ago, President Mauricio Macri vowed to attract foreign investment after years of isolation.

     

    But his plans now hang in the balance, as Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports.


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