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As Cristina Fernández steps down she leaves a slowing economy that will limit her successor’s options
Popularity of La Salada is ironic bookmark to rule by Fernández who came to power after default
Default will hit the president’s legacy when she leaves officenext year
President will attempt to tackle dispute with Grupo Clarín
Boom subsides but election prospects imply democracy is vigorous
Support ebbs for Argentine president’s economic policies
Powerful ex-presidents make life harder for current ones
Renationalisation deals blow to once-favoured business family
Marxist economist is golden boy of Buenos Aires
President to teach Argentine oligarchs a lesson
Buenos Aires could have chosen Petrobras model, but has gone for Pemex’s
‘La Presidenta’ relishes a battle – not least with the old enemy over the future of the Falklands. But is she losing her grip at home in Argentina?
Prime minister accuses country of ‘colonialism’
October presidential vote looks mere formality
Demise of the Bolivarian Revolution would be a good thing for investors
Fernández rewards a loyal defender of government policy
President expected to triumph over divided opposition in October poll
Incumbent has no serious rival and on course for victory
Move by truck drivers comes amid Swiss money laundering probe
Cables portray acerbic view of regional leaders
Failure leaves Fernández free to distribute revenue
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