Argentina Elections: Will the economy recover?

Argentina’s battered economy is suffering from a number of ills – and the two candidates in Sunday’s presidential election run-off vote offer starkly different remedies.

But no matter who wins, there is a high risk of financial chaos in South America’s second-largest economy, with many observers feeling that the policies which rescued Argentina from its 2001-02 meltdown, and $100bn (£66bn) debt default, have now outlived their usefulness.

Mauricio Macri, of the Conservative Cambiemos (Let’s Change) Coalition, is the one holding out the possibility of big reforms.

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