Post-Davos, Javier Milei’s Libertarian plan for Argentina hasn’t changed.
As suspicious as any association with the shady World Economic Forum makes politicians look, Milei is holding the line.
He told WSJ Editor-in-Chief, Emma Tucker in an interview on Friday, ‘There’s no plan B.’
‘There is no plan B to do things right.
‘Because plan B is to start doing things halfway or compromise, that’s the story of Argentina, and that’s where we are now.
‘The key value drivers of our program are non-negotiable.’
Plan A is a two-year strategy to solve Argentina’s economy crushing, and unsustainable levels of inflation.
The chainsaw-wielding president aims to do this by deflating a bloated bureaucracy,...
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