Carlos Alfredo Magarinos
Carlos Alfredo Magarinos (b. 1962) is an Argentine politician and former UN executive.
Magarinos gained a masters degree in Business Administration at the University of Buenos Aires. He continued in academia and was Associate Professor of Microeconomy (1986), Technical Coordinator in Research Methodology of Investigation (1987) and Assistant Professor of Foreign Trade Institutions (1989) in Buenos Aires. He also studied at the International Development Law Institute in Rome. He was Associate Professor for Argentine and Latin American Economic Issues at Salvador University, Buenos Aires and taught at the University of Belgrano, Buenos Aires.
Magarinos was National Director for Foreign Trade 1991–92, then Under-Secretary of State for Industry . During the first term of President Carlos Menem, he became State Secretary for Industry and Mining of Argentina (1993), at age 31.
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