RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina leads the ranking of the most vulnerable emerging countries, according to an indicator developed by the Bloomberg agency, based on figures from the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
As a result, it has overtaken Turkey, which is in second place. South Africa completes the podium, while Egypt and Colombia rank fourth and fifth, respectively, out of a list of twenty countries.
Five factors account for Argentina's top position on the podium of the countries with the worst economic and financial indicators:
1) Very high short-term external debt to GDP ratio (40 . . .