Argentina’s newly elected President Javier Meili today outlined an economic recovery plan that could take 18 to 24 months to ease Argentina’s massive economic crisis.inflationGet control.
Mr Miraz, the 53-year-old economist who won a landslide victory over Economy Minister Sergio Massa in yesterday’s presidential election, promised to halt decades of uncontrolled state spending and “end Argentina’s decline”.
Mireille, whose aggressive style and sometimes controversial statements have often drawn comparisons to former President Trump and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, vowed to “rapidly clear public accounts” in a series of morning radio interviews. Explaining his vision, he said he had a “clear plan” to solve the problem of an annual inflation rate of 140% and a poverty rate of 40%.
During the campaign, Mireille vowed to abandon the peso and adopt the US dollar as the official currency.currencyand abolish the central banks. He allegesCentral bankPrinting money for more spending by the government promotes inflation.
“What could be in the hands of the private sector will be in the hands of the private sector,” Mireille said. He will push for the removal of strict currency exchange controls, but central bank-issued debt will be his first issue. Deals with.
Mireille will take office on December 10.