During Alfonsin's time in office, stability returned to Argentina for a short time, but the country was still facing serious economic problems. In Buenos Aires the summers are generally hot and humid and the winters damp and chilly.
Temperatures are high here all year round and summers are typically hot and humid.
During the 20th century Argentina has experienced recurring economic crises characterized by periods of very high inflation, fiscal and current account deficits, and mounting external debt.
Winters in the region are generally mild though short cold spells with temperatures close to zero do occur. Argentina's main agricultural products include wheat, fruit, tea, and livestock. A series of institutional reforms have ensured that democracy has been firmly established in the country despite a major economic crisis in which resulted in the resignation of several presidents.
Throughout the rest of the s and also through the s and s, Spain continued to expand its territorial hold and established the Vice Royalty of Rio de la Plata in It has the second largest shale gas reserves and fourth largest shale oil reserves in the world, as well as abundant solar and wind resources.
The terrorist guerrilla organization Montoneros kidnapped and executed Aramburu. Although these are usually peaceful, they can in some cases become violent.