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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 ...

Argentina’s Campaign Finance Reform Bill a Welcome Step Towards Cleaning Up Politics

Argentina’s Campaign Finance Reform Bill a Welcome Step Towards Cleaning Up Politics

The Essential - As Argentines head to the polls this year, they do so with skepticism about the transparency and fairness of the electoral process. Just 42.4 percent of Argentines ...

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Argentina Needs an Amputation

Argentina Needs an Amputation

The Epoch Times - The Argentine peso has lost a third of its value relative to the U.S. dollar in the space of three months, and locals have been to this rodeo before. For seven d ...

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The Libertarian Calling for an End to Argentina’s ‘Decadent’ Ways

The Libertarian Calling for an End to Argentina’s ‘Decadent’ Ways

After a century of economic disarray in Argentina, Jose Luis Espert is making the case for radical change. The fringe right-wing presidential hopeful is running on a platform of l ...

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Buenos Aires Mayor Continues to Persecute Uber, against the Will of the People

Buenos Aires Mayor Continues to Persecute Uber, against the Will of the People

Panam Post - In Buenos Aires things may get more difficult for Uber drivers, or for passengers who decide to use the service, for whatever reason. There have already been a number ...

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How private investment is powering Argentina’s renewable energy revolution

How private investment is powering Argentina’s renewable energy revolution

Power-technology - Argentina recently entered the top ten on the Ernst & Young global renewable energy index for the first time and, with help from the World Bank, is on targe ...

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Libertad y Progreso Case Study: Rightsizing an Outsized Argentinian Government

Libertad y Progreso Case Study: Rightsizing an Outsized Argentinian Government

Atlas Network - Ending the public’s love affair with the state by exposing corruption and waste in Argentina’s federal government How a free-market think tank challenged a long-st ...

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Why 2018 Was the Best Year in Human History!

Why 2018 Was the Best Year in Human History!

The New york times - The world is, as everyone knows, going to hell, but there’s still the nervous thrill of waiting to see precisely which dark force will take us down. Will the ...

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A plaintive cry for Argentina

A plaintive cry for Argentina

Washington Times - BUENOS AIRES | Why isn’t Argentina as wealthy as Canada? For that matter, why are all the countries of Latin America, without exception, so much less prosperous ...

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It Wasn’t Feminism or Trade Unionism, It Was Capitalism

It Wasn’t Feminism or Trade Unionism, It Was Capitalism

Panampost - It is clear that human beings do not inhabit a perfect society. Around the planet there is still misery, exclusion, oppression, and injustice. But even if we are not i ...

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Economic freedom audit series case study: ARGENTINA

Economic freedom audit series case study: ARGENTINA

Buenos Aires Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is the most visited city in South America. Tourists enjoy Argentina’s quaint streets, the old European feel, and the rich cult ...

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