Alberto Fernandez (outgoing president) and Javier Miley (president-elect) will meet this week to analyze the transition of leaders. As revealed Jorge Lanata y Edward Feinmann, one of the main topics of the meeting will be how to deal with economic problems
Alberto Fernández’s meeting with the president-elect will take place at noon. Jorge Lanata recalled that “Sergio Massa subordinated his departure to the meeting. We do not have enough information to know what they will discuss about everything,” but Guillermo Laborda gave some indications about what will be the main topic of debate.
“They discuss what they do with the official dollar and based on that they will wait for the opening of the Markets. Remember that after the PASO Sergio Massa devalued 22% and now the gap is greater,” explained the economic journalist when talking about the meeting between Milei and Fernández.
“What is under discussion is how much of the dirty work that needs to be done economically is done in this transition period until December 10. That is going to be the focus of the meetings,” said Laborda, who recalled that the Government leaves “repressed inflation.”
In the pass between Jorge Lanata and Eduardo Feinmann, the drivers spoke with Guillermo Laborda about the central topics of the meeting that Alberto Fernández and Javier Milei will have.
Willy Laborda’s economic analysis in the run-up to the transfer between Eduardo Feinmann and Jorge Lanata
In the middle of “Someone Has to Say It,” Eduardo Fienmann gave the pass to Guillermo Wolly Laborda’s economic analysis, assuring: “The issue of the street, let’s start paying attention to what is coming in Argentina.”
“That’s what can destabilize. The street. The loss of the street. We already saw it in another government. The loss of the street can lead to instability,” considered Laborda before remembering that “we had been stating the repressed inflation that this government left you and that is what is really the heaviest burden that the brand new president-elect has ahead of him.”
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