Mauricio Macri gives a thumbs up after being sworn in as new president at the Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in December. Macri was sworn in, inheriting myriad economic problems from the often divisive outgoing President Cristina Fernandez, who skipped the inauguration in a final sign of defiance that underscored deep polarization in the South American nation.
Mauricio Macri gives a thumbs up after being sworn in as new president at the Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in December. Macri was sworn in, inheriting myriad economic problems from the often divisive outgoing President Cristina Fernandez, who skipped the inauguration in a final sign of defiance that underscored deep polarization in the South American nation. Ricardo Mazalan AP
Mauricio Macri gives a thumbs up after being sworn in as new president at the Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in December. Macri was sworn in, inheriting myriad economic problems from the often divisive outgoing President Cristina Fernandez, who skipped the inauguration in a final sign of defiance that underscored deep polarization in the South American nation. Ricardo Mazalan AP

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About Andres Oppenheimer

Andres Oppenheimer

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Andres Oppenheimer is a syndicated columnist, and anchor of the TV Show "Oppenheimer Presenta." He is a member of the Miami Herald team that won the 1987 Pulitzer Prize.