Lorenzo Sigaut

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Lorenzo Sigaut (born 6 June 1933) is an Argentine economist.

He served as Minister of Economy of Argentina in 1981, during the dictatorship of Roberto Eduardo Viola,[1] his term in office was so bad, that it provoked an economic crisis which concluded in his replacement by Roberto Alemann.

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  • GERCHUNOFF, Pablo; LLACH, Juan (1998). El ciclo de la ilusión y el desencanto: un siglo de políticas económicas argentinas. Buenos Aires: Ariel. pp. 373–379. ISBN 950-9122-57-2. ‹See Tfd›(in Spanish)

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