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Yes, the rich do pay their fair share of taxes

Yes, the rich do pay their fair share of taxes

“The Myth That the Rich Don’t Pay Their ‘Fair Share’ of Taxes” The Economic Standard - Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have led the charge to add many zeros to what some Americans should be given ...

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Behind the myth “escape the crisis by growing”

Behind the myth “escape the crisis by growing”

ÁMBITO FINANCIERO - Many politicians and professional colleagues declare that to get out of the crisis you have to grow. Which up to this point is obvious. That is why we have to transform the premise ...

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New leftist Argentine government announces tax hikes

New leftist Argentine government announces tax hikes

Buenos Aires (AFP) - Argentina's new leftist government announced Tuesday a 30 percent tax on foreign currency purchases and a six-month freeze on public utility prices as part of a raft of measures t ...

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Argentina Raises Export Taxes to Fund New Government’s Spending

Argentina Raises Export Taxes to Fund New Government’s Spending

BLOOMBERG - Argentina, the world’s biggest seller of processed soybean meal and oil, raised export taxes on Saturday as the government seeks to fund spending under new President Alberto Fernandez. Aft ...

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Argentina’s new government to avoid confrontation with creditors

Argentina’s new government to avoid confrontation with creditors

 Financial Times - Argentina’s new economy minister, Martín Guzmán, pledged that the new government would avoid confrontation and seek constructive relations with its creditors, as it seeks to stave o ...

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Meet Martín Guzmán, Argentina’s next economy minister

Meet Martín Guzmán, Argentina’s next economy minister

BA Times - Martín Guzmán, a protege of Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz at Columbia University, will become Argentina’s next economy minister, overseeing the nation’s attempts to get out of recession an ...

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Why Argentina’s Problems Have No Solution

Why Argentina’s Problems Have No Solution

PANAMPOST – Whenever there is a problem that requires a solution, there are two possible scenarios: the problem can be solved and left behind, or we face failure, and everything remains as it is. In a ...

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Sad world record: Argentine SMEs have 106% tax pressure

Sad world record: Argentine SMEs have 106% tax pressure

LinkedIn - According to a report by IPA (Argentine Industrial SME's) determined that Argentina is the country in the world with the highest tax pressure on industrial SMEs. With 106% of cargo via taxe ...

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What Argentina’s Economic Crisis Means for Policy, in 7 Charts

What Argentina’s Economic Crisis Means for Policy, in 7 Charts

(Bloomberg) Yahoo News - When Alberto Fernandez takes over the Argentine presidency on Dec. 10 he will inherit an economy running short of dollars, with rampant inflation and rising poverty. Don’t exp ...

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How Argentina’s youth learned to worry about the peso and love the dollar

How Argentina’s youth learned to worry about the peso and love the dollar

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Nicolas Videla, like millions of his fellow Argentines, buys U.S. dollars whenever he scrapes enough pesos together and keeps a close eye on the country’s volatile foreign exc ...

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