With a mutual goal to strengthen bilateral relations, Argentina and the U.S. have a robust trade agreement, belong to the same international organizations, and have a shared interest in national and international security goals. Join us for this firsthand report on this partnership.
His Excellency Martín Lousteau was appointed ambassador in January 2016.Lousteau previously served as an MP representing Buenos Aires, as minister of economy and production of Argentina, and as minister of production in the Province of Buenos Aires. In earlier years, he ran his own economic and political consultancy firm and was a columnist for “La Nación” newspaper, a regular guest on TV and radios shows, and the author of four books, including the bestseller Economía 3D. He taught at Torcuato di Tella University, San Andrés University, and University College London. Yale University selected him as a World Fellow in 2012, and the World Economic Forum chose him as a Young Global Leader 2008. Lousteau received an economics degree cum laude from the University of San Andrés and an MSc in economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.