In the last decades, Argentina has experienced a complex socio-economic landscape characterised by various challenges. In particular, Argentina faces economic problems, such as currency devaluation and growing inflation. Over the years, the country has also struggled with high inflation rates, as well as income inequality.
This has had a significant impact on the economy and the daily lives of its citizens. Other major challenges are the country’s debt burden and unemployment, especially among young people. All these problems seem likely to continue in the future.
To reverse this trend, Argentina appears to be moving closer to the group of fast-growing economies BRICS, and especially China, much to the West’s discontent.