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Clarin

CARLOS MAGARIÑOS: “BRAZIL’S ECONOMY IS IMPROVING”


“The Brazilian economy is doing better than it was last year. It’s coming out of the worst economic and financial crisis in its history,” the Argentine ambassador to Brazil, Carlos Magariños, told Clarín.

Radio Palermo

INTERVIEW WITH ARIEL COHEN ON RADIO PALERMO’S REPORTE ECONÓMICO SHOW


Conversation with Ariel Cohen about politics and the economy in relation with the presentation of the book titled Llegar al Futuro.

Revista Noticias

ARTICLE: “THE NEW MIDDLE CLASS AND ITS GROWTH”


The expansion of this segment of society means even greater demand for food, energy, urbanization, infrastructure and education. The challenges of a change of era and consequently of the model. Creativity and entrepreneurship as pillars of the near future.

Radio Cantilo

INTERVIEW ON RADIO CANTILO’S HAGAN CORRER LA VOZ SHOW


Ambassador Carlos Magariños spoke with @gallo_rockpix about his book, Llegar al Futuro (Reaching the Future), within the framework of the Feria Del Libro 2017 book fair.

Infonegocios

ARTICLE: “LLEGAR AL FUTURO (REACHING THE FUTURE), DARÍO WERTHEIN AND CARLOS MAGARIÑOS’ PROPOSAL FOR TURNING THE COUNTRY AROUND”


The authors of the book are authorities on Argentina’s technological and human development, in addition to being lifelong friends. With the backing of Sudamericana, they embarked on the adventure of writing this book together.

Total Medios

ARTICLE: “REACHING THE FUTURE, A BOOK FOR ARGENTINA’S BUSINESS COMMUNITY”


Written by Darío Werthein and Carlos Magariños, this book provides an inside look at the logic of the operation of national and world decision making centers, and reveals how knowledge and innovation economics could turn our country around.

Infobae

ARTICLE: “HOW INNOVATION AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES CAN TRANSFORM ARGENTINA’S ECONOMY”


In their new book, Llegar al Futuro (Reaching the Future), Darío Werthein and Carlos Magariños anaylyze how innovation and globalization revolutionized the world, and what our country could learn from the most successful cases.

Infonegocios

ARTICLE: MAGARIÑOS ON AUTOMOTIVE AGREEMENT: FLEX IS AN INDICATOR THAT COMPANIES MUST MEET


The Argentine ambassador to Brazil commented on the agreement that governs the exchange of parts and automobiles and establishes that the flex (the ratio that states the amount of automobiles that can be exported, based on the amount imported) will continue to be 1.5 until 2020 (that is, for each dollar Argentina exports to the neighboring country, it can import up to US$ 1.5). To what terminal further complicates the agreement announced this week?

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ABOUT ME

Argentina’s ambassador to Brazil. After 20 years, I have returned to the national government. Over the past decade (2006-15), my work has focused on the private sector and academia. I founded Foresight 2020 and Global Business Development Network; I served on the boards of directors and committees of businesses and NGOs in the Americas, Europe and Asia, and I was named Senior Associated Member (Saint Anthony´s College, Oxford) and Senior Fellow (Chong Yang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China) of educational institutions. Previously, I was elected twice by an international committee as the Director General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (1997-05, ONUDI). I was also Argentina’s Secretary of Industry and its Economic and Trade Representative in Washington DC (1993-97).

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Carlos Magariños was the director general of UNIDO for two consecutive periods. He was chosen for this position in open, independent elections held among over 170 member states. During the 8 years he headed UNIDO, he managed a USD1.3 billion portfolio. The successful implementation of reforms under his leadership led to 150% growth in voluntary contributions.

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