BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Conservative opposition candidate Mauricio Macri comfortably won Argentina's presidential election Sunday after promising business-friendly reforms to spur investment in the struggling economy.
Macri's supporters swarmed to the Obelisk in the heart of Buenos Aires' theater district for a giant street party as a subdued Daniel Scioli, the ruling party candidate, conceded defeat.
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