President Argentina describes inflation as the main problem | News

The president of Argentina led this Tuesday the presentation of the Federal and Productive Thematic Agenda for 2022 of the Economic and Social Council (CES) at the Kirchner Cultural Center (CCK), in the capital Buenos Aires, in which he assessed that inflation is the main country problem.


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In that sense, the president asked for what he called giving dialogue a chance with the purpose, he aimed to build a different reality in a country full of emergencies and considered that the biggest problem the country has is the general rise in prices in all the sectors of the economy.

Fernández, in the midst of an internal dispute in the Frente de Todos, wondered “why once we don’t try sitting down at a table and tell each other what’s wrong with us; and let’s do a kind of group therapy and find a solution together, dialogue”.

In this context, he asked “give dialogue a chance to build a different reality in a country full of emergencies” and considered that “Argentina’s biggest problem is inflation.”

In his speech, the Argentine president stressed that “the world must understand that we cannot continue living in the world we used to live in because it was profoundly unfair” and said that “we need to change its logic of production, but fundamentally of speculation, because we need a better distribution of income in the world”.

On the other hand, he valued that “what we want is capitalism that invests, risks, employs, produces, generates, develops, which is not the same as growing, because growth often means that millions remain in a few pockets and poverty is distributed among millions”, he stated and stated that “for this reason, we want Argentina to develop”.

The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa, said in this regard: “All of us, those of us who are here and those who are not, have the obligation to set ourselves the goal of building the Argentina of tomorrow.”

At the meeting, the Economic and Social Council presented the main axes for the implementation of the Productive Argentina Plan 2030.

These proposals will include the holding of multisectoral roundtables throughout the country, together with governors and representatives of unions, business chambers, academia and civil society.