Argentina’s Alberto Fernández Rejects Economic Protectionist Measures

Meanwhile, Bolsonaro continued to rage against Fernández on Twitter. "With the possible return of the São Paulo Forum to power in Argentina, the people are now withdrawing massive amounts of money from the banks," he wrote.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina’s presidential favorite, Alberto Fernández, has pledged not to regulate the economy should he win the elections in October. In doing so, he responded mainly to the harsh criticism from Brazil's right-wing conservative government.

"Brazil is and will remain our most important trading partner. If president Jair Bolsonaro thinks that I want to restrict the economy to Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?