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Milei’s shock therapy hits congressional reality

Argentine President Javier Milei’s ambitious economic reform plans have quickly run into political obstacles. There’s still plenty of fiscal tightening that Milei is likely to undertake and there have been some areas of success such as the peso devaluation and a nascent recovery in FX reserves. But the government’s budget goals now look shaky and the longer-term growth outlook is increasingly fragile.

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