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Sguiglia published short stories and novels - Fordlandia (1997), Do not trust me, if your heart fails you (1999) and A handful of glory (2003) - which were translated into Portuguese, English, Italian and German, and were finalists in the Dublin International Literary Award and Grinzane-Cavour. Fordlandia was selected one of the four best works of fiction by The Washington Post (2000). His latest novel is titled Blacks Eyes (Edhasa, 2010). Sguiglia was narrative jury in Casa de las Américas (Cuba) and Casa del Teatro (Dominican Republic). Moreover, he wrote several articles and essays on the economy and society of Argentina. Among others, "Agustín Tosco" (1984), "The Club of the Powerful" (1991), "Infrastructure and Competitiveness" (1997) and "Ideologies of economic power" (2006). In this field he has been awarded two national awards (Arcor Foundation 1993, Roggio Foundation, 1998), and for his work in foreign affairs he was honoured by the governments of Bolivia, Chile and Brazil.
He served in the public sector as president of the regulator of airports, undersecretary of Latin American policy and as first Argentine ambassador to Angola.
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