Tuesday , 20 November 2018

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  • 2019 budget approved

    2019 budget approved

    The Nation - The Argentinean parliament on Thursday approved the 2019 budget including drastic cuts to return to a balanced budget, a commitment made by the government to the IMF w ...

  • Argentine Recession Seen Bottoming Out in First Quarter: IMF

    Argentine Recession Seen Bottoming Out in First Quarter: IMF

    New york times — Argentina's shrinking economy will bottom out in the first three months of next year and start to recover in the second quarter, an International Monetary Fund off ...

  • A change to quickly revive the economy

    A change to quickly revive the economy

    Ambito Financiero – The most consulted economic texts deal with free and advanced societies. That is why economists are not educated in the importance of the particular context. On ...

  • The Ghost of Hyperinflation

    The Ghost of Hyperinflation

    The Minister of Finance, Nicolás Dujovne, announced last September 17th before the legislature, in the framework of the budget presentation of 2019, that next year’s inflation will ...

The challenge of recovering credibility

The challenge of recovering credibility

EL ECONOMISTA - Two and a half years after the arrival of Cambirmos the Government, there is no doubt about one of the main shortcomings in managing: the absence of a strong and c ...

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100 taxes, fees and contributions that destroy the competitiveness of Argentina

100 taxes, fees and contributions that destroy the competitiveness of Argentina

According to a study on 190 countries prepared by Price Waterhouse for the World Bank, Paying Taxes 2018, Argentina continues to be the second country with the highest "total rate ...

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Argentina met the Hilton quota for Europe

Argentina met the Hilton quota for Europe

After more than a decade of non-compliance, Argentina managed to make almost 100% of meat shipments of the Hilton quota for Europe. The value of the ton sold was us$ 12,450. In th ...

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Are Asian currencies at risk from currency turmoil in Argentina, Turkey?

Are Asian currencies at risk from currency turmoil in Argentina, Turkey?

Two major emerging markets—Argentina and Turkey—are currently experiencing a bout of financial instability against a backdrop of rising US interest rates. The instability is evide ...

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Defense of Competition vs. Control of Competition

Defense of Competition vs. Control of Competition

PUNTO DE VISTA ECONÓMICO - Following the Law of Defense of Competition, the government forced the company Molinos to sell one of its pasta brands. The argument is that Molinos has ...

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Argentina Should Scrap the Peso and Dollarize

Argentina Should Scrap the Peso and Dollarize

Forbes - On July 9th, Argentina will celebrate its 202nd birthday. The biggest spoiler during the festivities will be the beleaguered peso. It’s not the first time the peso has be ...

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What is an abusive price increase?

What is an abusive price increase?

Once again, the discourse of confrontation on the subject of prices is used. Indeed, the new Minister of Production, Dante Sica, has just warned that companies that behave abusive ...

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Five actions to avoid another exchange crisis

Five actions to avoid another exchange crisis

LA NACIÓN -   The central problem of Argentina is fiscal. Public spending is exacerbated. The Ministry of Finance must create a fiscal program aimed at lowering the fiscal deficit ...

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The peso, a villain as weak as revenge, claimed another victim in the Central Bank

The peso, a villain as weak as revenge, claimed another victim in the Central Bank

La Nación - Argentina is original, so much that unlike what happens in most Hollywood movies, it builds the bad guy of the film, weak and dismissive. But do not make mistakes with ...

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Public spending is the source of our legal uncertainty

Public spending is the source of our legal uncertainty

INFOBAE - There is no reason to suppose that high public spending will allow the long-term growth of the economy. In principle, the agreement with the IMF allows the government to ...

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