Factors that Guide Argentina-U.S. Relations

January 11, 2017

The Atlanta Council on International Relations (ACIR) presents….


His Excellency Martín Lousteau

Ambassador of Argentina to the United States

“Factors that Guide Argentina-U.S. Relations

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

12 noon to 1:30 PM Luncheon and Lecture

Capital City Club, Downtown Atlanta



Speaker H.E. Martin Lousteau, Ambassador of Argentina to the U.S.


Topic Factors that Guide Argentina-U.S. Relations


Date Wednesday, January 11, 2017


Time 11:30 Registration Desk Opens

12:00 noon to 1:30:  Luncheon and Lecture


Place Capital City Club, 7 John Portman Blvd., NW  Atlanta 30303 

 https://www.capitalcityclub. org/


Cost Lunch & Program for non-members $40.
For ACIR members $30.
(ACIR yearly membership $50.)
For questions email alevin@atlantacir.org


H.E.Martín Lousteau is Ambassador of Argentina to the US since January 2016.

He served as Minister of Economy and Production of Argentina (2008), and as Minister of Production in the Province of Buenos Aires (2005). During 2006 and 2007 he was the chairman of Banco de la Provincia de Buenos Aires and Grupo Bapro SA. After the collapse of the Convertibility Plan, he advised the Central Bank Governor from 2003 until 2004. Recently, he was a partner and CEO of LCG SA, a consulting firm specialized in macroeconomics and politics in Argentina.

He was also a columnist for “La Nación” newspaper and author of four books, including the bestseller “Economía 3D.”

Martín graduated in Economics from the University of San Andres (cum laude) and obtained his MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He taught at Torcuato di Tella University, San Andrés University and University College London. In 2008 the World Economic Forum elected him as Young Global Leader, and in 2012 was selected as World Fellow at Yale University.

In October 2013 he was elected Member of Parliament representing the City of Buenos Aires. In 2015 was candidate for Mayor of the City of Buenos Aires of the ECO coalition, and received 48,4% of total votes in ballotage.

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