RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Opinion) In 1975, poverty in Argentina reached eight percent of the population. By 1983, almost eight years after the failure of the military government, it had reached 14 percent. In 1989, amid hyperinflation, poverty reached 40 percent in our country. In 1999, after ten years of economic reforms and a process of modernization of the country, poverty was reduced to 24 percent.
In 2002, after a . . .