Tuesday, 24 April 2012 18:04
Argentina’s oil nationalization leads to speculations of replacement at economic summit.
President Cristina Fernández’s decision to nationalize YPF, a subsidiary of the Spanish oil company Repsol, has sparked discussions about a possible expulsion of Argentina from the upcoming G20 economic summit and replacing it with Chile. Controversy over Argentina’s nationalization of oil company may lead to an increase in Chile’s global economic role. (Photo by Gobierno de Chile/Flickr)Login to read more.
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Kevin is an undergraduate at American University in Washington, D.C., studying journalism and international studies. He is in Santiago on his semester abroad studying Spanish and Latin American politics.