Hernán Martín Pérez Redrado (born September 10, 1961) is an Argentine economist and policy-maker. He served as President of the Central Bank of Argentina between September 2004 and January 2010. He is now member of the Frente Renovador political party, which is leaded by Massa.
Date: April 11, 2014
Martin Redrado: “Singapore wants to invest in the country”
Redrado traveled to Singapore invited by the government of that country to expound on his vision of the future of Latin America and, after the meeting with senior officials, he said to reporters that “the future of Argentina is becoming really attractive for Singapore. They are waiting for necessary conditions to invest in the country, especially in the areas of infrastructure and energy, that we much needed “he added.
Redrado said that Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, acknowledged that he is excited about the idea that Singapore can become the logistics center of Argentina in Asia, to distribute their products.
Shanmugaratnam told to the former head of the Central Bank, that just as they are renovating the airport in Rio de Janeiro, they would love doing infrastructure projects in the country, such as ports.
The Frente Renovador leader also met with one of the five largest investment funds in the world, Temasek, which manages about $ 400,000 million, and showed interest in investing in Argentina. "I think we have a lot of areas where we can make a progress if we work on disarming the inconsistencies that prevail today in Argentina's economy," said Redrado in a statement.