BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA – It seemed like a longshot, but anything was possible in the mind of an ambitious, 30-year-old Eduardo Elsztain. Elsztain, then living in New York, had landed a meeting with the wealthy Hungarian-American financier George Soros, a meeting that the bulk of media reports covering Elsztain’s rise to prominence claim was
“The Owner”: The Rise of Eduardo Elsztain and the Coming End of Argentina’s Democracy
With the backing and funding of the global elite, Eduardo Elsztain and his closest associates have taken control of Argentina’s real estate, electricity, agriculture, and finance industries. His next target? Argentina’s election system.