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Massa assumes and presents a package of economic decisions

Sergio Massa will assume as Minister of Economy this Wednesday at 5:00 p.m.. After being sworn in before President Alberto Fernández, will announce a package of economic measures that, in the short term, aim to strengthen the dollar box and mitigate the effects of inflation on income.

Although in the Government they keep the secret under seven keys, as this newspaper learned there will be questions focused on the dollar, the growth of reserves and the march of prices. In the environment of Massa they point to Argentina being “a factory of dollars” and that would be done with plans to promote exports of different sectors of the economy.

What Massa said about the ads

A few days ago, the new minister shared a Twitter message in which he announced that “on Wednesday, President Alberto Fernández will swear me in and then at a press conference I am going to communicate the work plan, objectives and axes to be addressed, as well as the mechanics of the first 10 days that will give us a path to follow and the challenges to face as a country“.

Although in the last few hours lists of very specific measures have been circulating, from the minister’s environment they told this newspaper that they are false versions. The only thing confirmed so far is that Massa will travel in the second half of the month to the United States, France and Qatar in search of funds and credits to reinforce the reserves of the Central Bank. That mission will include meetings with the head of the Monetary Fund, Kristalina Georgievawith references from the Treasury, the Paris Club and the Qatar Sovereign Fund.

Furthermore, as a token of concord, Massa will board the plane to the former Minister of Economy, Silvina Bartakiswho is already exercising the role of president of Banco Nación and who in the last few hours participated in the swearing-in of the former AFIP, Mercedes Marcó del Pont, as secretary of Strategic Affairs.

Source: Pagina12

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