President Macri is in New York: the UN, the IMF and Wall Street

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.