FILE – Argentina’s Economy Minister Martin Guzman walks outside of the International Monetary Fund, IMF, building during the IMF Spring Meetings, in Washington, April 21, 2022. Guzman announced his resignation on Saturday, July 2, via twitter. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption toggle caption Jose Luis Magana/AP FILE – Argentina’s Economy
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Argentina’s economy minister resigned unexpectedly Saturday, dealing a fresh blow to the government of President Alberto Ferández as the country struggles with economic problems. Martín Guzmán stepped down after a week in which Argentina’s currency hit an all-time low against the dollar amid sizzling inflation and
Bolsonaro also called for the election of a new board, according to a statement released close to midnight local time on Monday by the state-controlled company, opening the way to a full executive management shake-up. José Mauro Ferreira Coelho is the third Petrobras CEO fired by Bolsonaro over fuel prices.