Monday , 27 January 2020

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Interview to Aldo Abram about Argentina’s future

Interview to Aldo Abram about Argentina’s future

Rio Negro - Aldo Abram, Director of Fundación Libertad y Progreso, warned that if the country does not face the structural reforms that have been postponed for decades, "it will c ...

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Non Transferable Letters compounds the insolvency of the Central Bank

Non Transferable Letters compounds the insolvency of the Central Bank

The brand new Law of Social Solidarity and Productive Reactivation, popularly known as the Economic Emergency Law, establishes, in Article 61, the authorization by the Treasury to ...

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Argentina Posts Highest Year-End Inflation in Almost 3 Decades

Argentina Posts Highest Year-End Inflation in Almost 3 Decades

(Bloomberg) - Argentina recorded its biggest increase in prices last year since 1991 when the South American nation was recovering from hyperinflation. Consumer prices rose 53.8% ...

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Inflation Roundup

Inflation Roundup

On October 27th, the ticket of Alberto Fernandez and Christina Kirchner defeated the incumbent President of the Argentine Republic Mauricio Macri in the general election. Days aft ...

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ECR survey results Q4 2019: Risk down for Greece, Russia, Nigeria, but Argentina, Hong Kong, Turkey dive

ECR survey results Q4 2019: Risk down for Greece, Russia, Nigeria, but Argentina, Hong Kong, Turkey dive

EuroMoney - Global risk subsided in the final months of 2019, according to Euromoney’s country risk survey, as signs of a breakthrough emerged to end the deadlock over the China-U ...

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Argentina Central Bank Seeks to Cut Rates and Slow Inflation

Argentina Central Bank Seeks to Cut Rates and Slow Inflation

(Bloomberg) - Sign up here to receive the Davos Diary, a special daily newsletter that will run from Jan. 20-24. Argentina’s new central bank president pledged to further cut inte ...

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S&P admits a mistake and raised its debt grade for Argentina to CCC

S&P admits a mistake and raised its debt grade for Argentina to CCC

MERCOPRESS - S&P Global Ratings raised its debt grade for Argentina on Tuesday, acknowledging the agency made a mistake when it changed the rating in late December for the cri ...

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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 Ameri ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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