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Wednesday , 17 July 2019

Category: Politics and Society

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  • Should Argentina Dollarize Now?

    Should Argentina Dollarize Now?

    AIER - With the annual inflation rate currently at 55 percent, some economists have recommended that Argentina abandon the peso in favor of the dollar. John Cochrane, Steve Hanke, ...

  • Argentina: It’s Time for Macri to Support Real Electoral Reform

    Argentina: It’s Time for Macri to Support Real Electoral Reform

    PANAMPOST - Republican Proposal, the major component of Maurcio Macri’s Cambiemos coalition, was born with the promise to improve upon the realm of traditional politics, which is f ...

  • Case Study: Libertad y Progreso

    Case Study: Libertad y Progreso

    Atlas Network - In Argentina, one case of a merger success is the Libertad y Progreso Foundation (L&P). This organization emerged in May 2011 as a result of the merger of three ...

  • Argentina presidential election taking shape

    Argentina presidential election taking shape

    A clearer picture is emerging in Argentina of who plans to run for president and who aims to ride shotgun. Just several weeks after populist former president Cristina Fernández de ...

Structural reforms ensure social mobility

Structural reforms ensure social mobility

CRONISTA – It is an undeniable fact that our model of industrial relations created under a retrograde labor and employment law is displacing and forcing traditional employees to f ...

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Ethical dilemmas generated by new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence. But the solution is not a regulation from the State

Ethical dilemmas generated by new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence. But the solution is not a regulation from the State

New technologies raise ethical issues and dilemmas about their impact. Here is an interesting article by Ryan Kuhrana, from the Institute for Advanced Prosperity, in relation to A ...

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Hot topics on our new English Financial Review

Hot topics on our new English Financial Review

*Now, concern remains about how depreciation of the peso must be stopped if it threatens with crossing the ceiling of the exchange rate band, something very likely to happen. Exte ...

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Facilitate the start of business a pending challenge for the country

Facilitate the start of business a pending challenge for the country

La Nación - Argentina is the realm of contrasts: contrary to what happens in other countries, here the improvement of economic institutions does not keep pace with that of politic ...

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LatAm’s Socialist Countries Rival World’s Worst in Institutional Quality

LatAm’s Socialist Countries Rival World’s Worst in Institutional Quality

PanamPost - Latin-American countries with governments that claim to be pursuing a “socialist” agenda come out the worst in the latest Institutional Quality Index published by Arge ...

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Celebrating 2019 World IP Day

Celebrating 2019 World IP Day

Letter to WIPO Director General Francis Gurry WIPO - Today, April 26, 2019, we the undersigned think tanks are delighted to celebrate World Intellectual Property Day with you. Int ...

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Argentine government admits that political uncertainty is behind the current collapse of economic indexes

Argentine government admits that political uncertainty is behind the current collapse of economic indexes

Argentine economy Minister Nicolás Dujovne stated that political uncertainty ahead of the upcoming presidential election this October is the main factor for increases in Argentina ...

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Is Crony Capitalism Inevitable?

Is Crony Capitalism Inevitable?

BHL - Here’s a conversation you may have had once or twice: Socialist: A socialist society would be more fair, and more just than capitalism. Capitalist: Really? What about Venezu ...

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Meet the Candidates: Argentina

Meet the Candidates: Argentina

By AQ - Macri and Kirchner are garnering the most attention ahead of Argentina's October vote. But there's room for a dark horse. Election Date: Oct. 27 Format: Two rounds. If no ...

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The International Monetary Fund by Ian Vásquez

The International Monetary Fund by Ian Vásquez

My name is Ian Vásquez and I direct the Project on Global Economic Liberty at the Cato Institute. I would like to thank Chairman Bachus for inviting me to testify before the U.S. ...

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