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BMI View: Due to high inflation and the depreciation of the peso, Argentina's
economic activity and household consumption are expected to deteriorate markedly
in 2016. From 2017 onwards, however, BMI believes that the Argentine retail
market will start to see a marked upturn, benefiting from returning investor
confidence and an improving labour market.
Key Views And Developments
-After years of underinvestment due to macroeconomic instability,
interventionist government policy and a lack of access to capital markets, it is
believed that investment will flock to key sectors including agriculture, energy
and real estate following the Argentine economy's rapid liberalisation under
President Mauricio Macri. Although real GDP will contract in 2016 as a result of
falling consumption in light of elevated inflation and layoffs, rapidly rising
investment over the coming quarters will lead to a strong rebound in 2017.