In his attempt to be the first head of state to break with the vicious circle of financial crises in Argentina (which economist Jeffrey Sachs compared this weekend to the movie Groundhog Day, President Mauricio Macri has began today a two-day-long jam-packed agenda aimed at clearing doubts about the course the national economy is going through, as well as the government’s ability to ensure the country will be able to meet its (new, revised) goals and obligations.
It is great news that encourages employment and improves services to the thousands of tourists who visit the Province. Now Mendoza is expected to be a model for Argentina and the World.
P O R T E Z U E L O D E L V I E N T O This dam will use Grande River in order to supply humans and industrial areas with water, to generate hydropower, to foster tourism, to increase irrigated areas in San Rafael, General Alvear and Malargüe Districts and to increase hydroelectric generation in the Nihuiles System, etc.
The government estimates that more than 30 million dollars will be needed to develop tourism and trade in Lake Potrerillos
The Intendente Rodolfo Suarez will host in the Cultural Hall a meeting that will take place for the first time in the country and will take place on March 20 and 21. The III Ibero-American Forum of Mayors, of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), is a space to exchange experiences in the design and implementation of sustainable urban development programs in Spain, Latin America and the Caribbean. At the same time, it proposes to promote the exchange of good practices and the different lessons learned through the most varied experiences. The event will begin on Tuesday, March 20 with the preview of the activities. While the development of the Forum will be held on Wednesday, March 21, starting at 8.30 am, in room 1 of the Cultural Building.