Julio A. Ramos (4 February 1935 in Buenos Aires 19 November 2006 in Buenos Aires) was an Argentinian journalist and businessman. On 9 December 1976 he founded Ambito Financiero, a newspaper specializing in finance and economy that was later expanded to cater to a wider audience.
Ramos received a degree in Economics from the University of Buenos Aires and worked as a journalist for Noticias Graficas, La Nacion and La Opinion, among other media. He was a firm believer in free market liberalism. In 1985, Ramos ran unsuccessfully for the Deputy Chamber of the Buenos Aires Province in a center-right ticket. He also directed the Inter American Press Association from 1986 to 1989.
Ramos married twice and had five children, two of whom preceded him in death . He had a personal friendship with former president Carlos Menem. He also wrote the nonfiction books Los cerrojos a la prensa and El periodismo atrasado .
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