Argentina-Brasil summit: “We must not cool down the economy, we must ‘warm’ investments”
Brasilia, July 29, 2011
Argentina and Brasilian presidents, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and Dilma Rousseff respectively, met today to discuss the current economic situation and the joint policies they will approach. “We must not cool down the economy, we must ‘warm’ investments”, they said.
Dilma said that “the diversity of issues on the bilateral agenda demonstrates the true strategic alliance we have with Argentina. Our relationship has an amplitude that we don’t have with any other country. This is why Argentina was the first country I visited after taking office,” the President Brazil said.
Meanwhile, President Kirchner said that the solution of “inequality, which was social and sociological concept, must be an economic policy, not just social. We need more and better consumers”.
“This is why we must not not cool the economy, we must ‘warm’ investment, and mainly that of putting our policies,” concluded the president.