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Argentina: OECD Calls for Central Bank Autonomy as Macri Eyes Membership

Argentina’s central bank continues to make headlines regarding monetary policy and inflation, as well as its independence. The recent appointment of a new director, Enrique Szewach, added to this attention; he replaced Pedro Biscay, who had been removed for “misconduct.” Biscay had drawn the ire of President Mauricio Macri’s team for publicly deriding the administration’s economic agenda and policies.


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