Argentina's Comeback, One Business at a Time

Argentinian businessman Daniel Occhipinti employs two dozen workers at his furniture factory

Argentinian businessman Daniel Occhipinti employs two dozen workers at his furniture factory in Buenos Aires. Brian Byrnes for NPR hide caption

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Brian Byrnes reports from Buenos Aires about Argentina's attempts to clear its massive foreign debt as the country recovers from its recent political and economic crisis. He profiles Daniel Occhipinti, the owner of a small furniture business, who is cautiously optimistic that the nation's economy will continue to improve.

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