The president of the Argentine Chamber of Commerce (CAC), Natalio Mario Grinmanspoke about the runoff that they will dispute Javier Milei and Sergio Massa on November 19 and warned that “the first six months of 2024 are going to be terrible for whoever governs.”
“When they ask me how inflation is going to be I tell you to enjoy today because next year we will be worse“said the businessman in statements to the program If it happens, it happensled by Ignacio Ortelli in Radio Rivadavia.
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The president of the entity considered that next year “is going to be very complex,” although he emphasized that “With a good pair of glasses in the distance we will see a little light in the future”.
In this sense, and to support his hope, he demanded that politicians “do things properly” and maintained that “if the opposition is going to be opposition for the simple fact of opposing it, Argentina is unviable.”
“In Argentina there are businessmen who ask for protectionism, what happens is that The government has to know how to find balance“Grinman stressed and pointed out that “we cannot continue with a protectionist policy so that the machines remain tied with wire.”
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Returning to his forecast for the future, the president of the entity explained that it is not possible to carry out an indiscriminate opening but that “you have to be intelligent to trade with everyone.” “In a globalized world there is no way to live with what is ours”he assured.
“Argentina is a country with extraordinary future possibilities, but it is not a normal country, because a normal country could not have more than 40% poor, indigence, with all the potential wealth that one has here,” he said.
Then, he maintained that “this situation is left for countries that do not have these resources that we have. But in Argentina, the most serious thing of all is the uncertainty“and concluded by remarking that the future Argentine president must be “an honorable and predictable person.”