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macro

(mak′rō)
A set of instructions that invokes the computer to run a command or an action, e.g., pressing “Ctrl” + “i” to add italics to selected text.
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(NYSE:TEO) dropped 33.4% to close at $10.46 after Alberto Fernandez routed President Mauricio Macri in a shocking primary election result.
On Sunday, center-right Macri was dealt a huge blow in his bid for re-election in October when he polled 15 points less than center-left Peronist candidate Fernandez.
The post Argentine President Macri picked in poll to narrowly win re-election appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Macri, who will host a summit in November of the Group of 20 major economies, said at the time that the festival sent a strong message of support for fighting poverty including by investing in education and women's empowerment.
In the company's executive team, Dr Macri is responsible for identifying, cultivating and pursuing opportunities to collaborate with strategic business partners and academic institutions and communicating with local, state, and federal legislative officials and constituents to propel its cost-effective, agile, secure, patented advanced analytics solutions into all aspects of the healthcare industry.
The Macri administration also took advantage of this green light to impose some unpopular decisions: an increase in the price of fuel, gas, and electricity; privatization of some energy assets the state had recovered during the 12-year progressive period, setting up a new phase of indebtedness; and pressuring the most permeable judges in the questionable judicial system to jail members of the previous administration (notably former Vice President Amado Boudou and former Planning Minister Julio de Vido) without investigation or trial.
First we have to have certainty of what happened and why it happened," said Macri. The center-right leader spoke as the search for the San Juan shifted from rescue to recovery on Friday, after navy officials lost hope of finding alive any of the crew, which included the country's first female submarine officer.
Mauricio Macri of the Republic of Argentina on the occasion of his country's National Day.