History suggests that dollarisation, which is at the heart of Argentine presidential candidate Javier Milei’s policy platform, is a surefire way to get inflation under control. But whether this translates into broader macro stability would hinge on conversion taking place at a competitive exchange rate, as well as broader reforms to reduce fiscal profligacy and lift potential growth. We would not hold our breath.
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