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Argentina 'really getting on track again,' Ratazzi

FIAT head Cristiano Ratazzi stands next to President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner during an official activity at the government house

The Fiat Argentina CEO showed himself excited about the political changes President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has carried out over the past weeks including the designation of Jorge Capitanich as cabinet chief. There is "a very good business environment," Ratazzi told reporters.

In an interview with the state-run news agency Télam, the business leader said Argentina “is really getting on track” and considered the government’s economic policy is “setting straight.”

“Rather that the cabinet changes, I loved the government’s change of attitude,” Ratazzi affirmed while participating in the 19th Annual Conference of the Argentine Industrial Union (UIA).

“Future challenges are being considered, there is a prudent and rational thinking on behalf of authorities,” the FIAT chief explained as he praised the government’s decision to tackle "inflation" and run a "positive budget surplus." “These are very important matters that serve to look forward,” Ratazzi insisted.

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Tags:  Cristiano Ratazzi  FIAT  UIA  Jorge Capitanich  

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