Argentina Chiefs 2018, CIA World Factbook
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Argentina Chiefs 2018

SOURCE: 2018 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK AND OTHER SOURCES











Argentina Chiefs 2018
SOURCE: 2018 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK AND OTHER SOURCES


Pres.
Mauricio MACRI
  • Vice Pres.
    Gabriela MICHETTI
  • Chief of Cabinet
    Marcos PENA
  • Min. of Agriculture, Fishing, & Livestock
    Ricardo BURYAILE
  • Min. of Communications
    Oscar AGUAD
  • Min. of Culture
    Pablo AVELLUTO
  • Min. of Defense
    Julio Cesar MARTINEZ
  • Min. of Education and Sports
    Esteban BULLRICH
  • Min. of Energy and Mining
    Juan Jose ARANGUREN
  • Min. of Environment and Sustainable Development
    Sergio BERGMAN
  • Min. of Finance
    Luis CAPUTO
  • Min. of Foreign Relations, International Trade, & Culture
    Susana MALCORRA
  • Min. of Health
    Jorge LEMUS
  • Min. of Interior
    Rogelio FRIGERIO
  • Min. of Justice & Human Rights
    German GARAVANO
  • Min. of Labor, Employment, & Social Security
    Jorge TRIACA
  • Min. of Production & Development
    Francisco CABRERA
  • Min. of Public Media
    Hernan LOMBARDI
  • Min. of Modernization of the State
    Andres IBARRA
  • Min. of Science, Technology, & Productive Innovation
    Lino BARANAO
  • Min. of Security
    Patricia BULLRICH
  • Min. of Social Development
    Carolina STANLEY
  • Min. of Tourism
    Gustavo SANTOS
  • Min. of Transportation
    Guillermo DIETRICH
  • Min. of Treasury
    Nicolas DUJOVNE
  • Pres., Central Bank
    Federico STURZENEGGER
  • Ambassador to the US
    Martin LOUSTEAU
  • Permanent Representative to the UN, New York
    Martin GARCIA MORITAN

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      b) The CIA sometimes assignes counterintuitive ranks. For example, it assigns unemployment rates in increasing order, whereas we rank them in decreasing order






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