Argentina and a new reputation to attract capitals 22 September 2009 Transparency in the official statistics, greater fiscal discipline and the agreement with the Club of Paris and holdouts: It loves the Argentine government truly to change the course of his economic policy or it only tries that we created that? How much it can hit the change in the economic course in the investors? The question acquires a nonsmaller importance for those than they wish to invest some dollars in the country. While the capitals return to great part of Latin America, Argentina continues hoping to generate some interest without for that reason it must resort to promises of great returns. And if you. it is thinking about investing in assets of the country, will have to know that the conditions of the Argentine macroeconomics are as important as the yield promises that the local assets offer. It is that a unique and unexpected jump in the type of change can ruin the accumulated gains enough during time to trust a country like Argentina. While it continues with the fight against mass media, the government of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is conscious of the necessity of a course change in its economic policy. The change in the global context will give a little air him, but the problems in the Argentine economy are too serious as to stay blind and deaf against the reality. It is for this reason that, as if outside a popularity contest, the government publicly indicated its interest in approaching the subjects that worry to the markets. It is not going to think that the Argentine government occurred a blow in the head and he suddenly wants to abruptly change the direction that brought its economic policy. The necessity has face of hereje, and Argentina not only needs to return to international the financial markets but also to attract investments to retake the footpath of the growth.