Argentine President Macri to announce new economic measures before markets open -media
BUENOS AIRES, Aug 14 (Reuters) - Argentine President Mauricio Macri will announce new economic measures on Wednesday before markets open after two days of economic turmoil triggered by triggered by a primary upset by opposition candidate Alberto Fernandez, local media said.
A landslide victory by Fernandez in Sunday's primary election dealt a severe blow to Macri's re-election chances and prompted market volatility on fears that Argentina could revert back to interventionist economic policies.
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