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Argentina Case Study
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ARGENTINA CASE STUDY 2
Introduction
The attached case is a demonstration of the complex set of external and internal causes of
financial crises in emerging markets. Argentina is a South American country that shares the bulk
half of the southern continent with Chile. It is the fourth largest country in North and South
America and the eighth largest in the world. In this paper, we are going to discuss a case study
about Argentina and the following subsections. These are the Political, Social, and Economic
Variables. The paper will also be analyzing the risks taken and opportunities arising while an
entrepreneur is doing business or investing m Argentina. In the end, the article states whether it
will be suitable for investing in Argentina based on the analyzed above subsections.
Political
Argentina gained independence from Spain on July 9. The country's politics is primarily
dictated by the constitution's framework, which defines the country as a democratic republic with
where the president of Argentina heads both the government and the sovereign state (Salamanca,
Johnson, & Duhamel, 2016). Government power is vested within the Argentine National
Congress' two chambers. Argentina has gone through major democratic reversals and political
turmoil in the course of the 20th Century
In Argentina, various political risks can be undertaken by the investor while doing
business there. Currently, Argentinian economy is having a hard time dealing with double-digit
inflation. The nation's economy shrunk by 2.5 percent in 2018 and has been on the decline since
2019. Political risk is a type of threat faced by corporations, investors, and administrations in
which political conditions, events, and decisions will significantly impact a company. They can

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Running head: ARGENTINA CASE STUDY 1 Argentina Case Study Student Name Institution Affiliation Date ARGENTINA CASE STUDY 2 Introduction The attached case is a demonstration of the complex set of external and internal causes of financial crises in emerging markets. Argentina is a South American country that shares the bulk half of the southern continent with Chile. It is the fourth largest country in North and South America and the eighth largest in the world. In this paper, we are going to discuss a case study about Argentina and the following subsections. These are the Political, Social, and Economic Variables. The paper will also be analyzing the risks taken and opportunities arising while an entrepreneur is doing business or investing m Argentina. In the end, the article states whether it will be suitable for investing in Argentina based on the analyzed above subsections. Political Argentina gained independence from Spain on July 9. The country's politics is primarily dictated by the constitution's framework, which defines the country as a democratic republic with where the president of Argentina heads both the government and the sovereign state (Salamanca, Johnson, & Duhamel, 2016). Government power is vested within the Argentine National Congress' two chambers. Argentina has gone through major democratic reversals and political turmoil in the course of the 20th Century In Argentina, various political risks can be undertaken by the investor while doing busine ...
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