Tuesday , 20 November 2018

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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The agreement with the IMF opens an opportunity

The agreement with the IMF opens an opportunity

La Nación - The agreement reached between the national government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) brings some tranquility to the country's committed economic and financi ...

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In Argentina the private sector must face 96 taxes

In Argentina the private sector must face 96 taxes

43% of the food, 58% of the cars, 50% of the homes and 55% of the gasoline prices are composed by taxes. INFOBAE - In moments in which the national government sharpens the pencil ...

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Public spending can and should be lowered, and we have a proposal to do it 

Public spending can and should be lowered, and we have a proposal to do it 

From Fundación Libertad y Progreso we have developed and presented concrete proposals to reduce public spending. There are five action fronts: administrative expense; pension expe ...

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Why has Argentina called in the IMF?

Why has Argentina called in the IMF?

It was an announcement Mauricio Macri hoped never to have to make. On May 8th Argentina’s exhausted-looking president declared that Argentina was seeking a credit line from the IM ...

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Argentina seeks $US30b IMF financing to address peso volatility

Argentina seeks $US30b IMF financing to address peso volatility

Financial Review - Argentina asked the International Monetary Fund for financing to help stem a five-month-rout in the peso that is sparking a surge in interest rates and threaten ...

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What balance will we make in 2019 of the Macri administration?

What balance will we make in 2019 of the Macri administration?

Doing futurology and projecting the economy of these two years 2018-2019, we ask ourselves -in balance mode- how it would end Mauricio Macri his first government in the National E ...

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Currently in Argentina, there are no inflation goals

Currently in Argentina, there are no inflation goals

La Nación - The ideal system for a country, that lived for a long time with strong price rises and doesn’t have a reliable indicator of its variation, is that of inflation goals s ...

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Why We Support Income Redistribution… But Not All?

Why We Support Income Redistribution… But Not All?

 During electoral periods, politicians multiply their proposals to redistribute income, offering subsidies here and there. Being entrepreneurs of their specialty, if they do it’s ...

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