President Macri attends Sun Valley Conference in bid to attract foreign investors


Following his visit to France, Belgium and Germany, Mauricio Macri will be attending the Sun Valley Conference in the city of Idaho, United States, which will be presided over by Microsoft creator Bill Gates.
The president is expected to hold meetings with business leaders in that country as part of his government’s plan to attract foreign investment.
The event is organized by the Allen & Company investment bank based in New York and London, carrying out every year the conference with the presence of top techno companies.
Among the attendants are Bill and Melinda Gates (Microsoft), Larry Page (Google), Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), media magnate Rupert Murdoch, the president of the Berkshire Hathaway Warren Buffet, Disney CEO Roger Iger and Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent.
Joined by First Lady Juliana Awada, Mauricio Macri arrived today in a private flight from Germany in the Sun Valley Friedman Memorial airport.
The president will be returning to Argentina tomorrow and later in the day head the official vigil ahead of Argentina’s 200-year independence celebration in the city of Humahuaca in the province of Jujuy.

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