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Argentina is six months into its new administration and change has already been rapid. The new government is now preparing to launch an ambitious program of infrastructure investments during the second half of this year. The program, details of which have emerged gradually and by sector rather than as a centralized plan, is part of the strategy announced by President Mauricio Macri during his presidential campaign last year. There are numerous challenges to overcome, however, as we highlight in this report.
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