Argentina, like Haiti and Cuba, among the worst economies in investor risk rankings

A report by The Economist's intelligence unit ranked the country as the worst after Venezuela, Haiti and Cuba. It alerts to more populism in the region.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A report by The Economist alerting to the advance of populist alternatives in different Latin American countries included Argentina among the first places in terms of investor risk.

Only Venezuela, Haiti and Cuba score higher risk levels. The category where the country is ranked worst is economic risk, and specialists warn that "if macroeconomic imbalances are not corrected, there will be a strong monetary and inflationary adjustment."

"In a year of major elections for Latin America, political risks are now clear. Political risk is high as voters oppose incumbents and demand policy change, resulting in thriving . . .

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