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Friday , 23 August 2019

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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Argentina, from rich country to poor country

Argentina, from rich country to poor country

In the first third of the 20th century, it was one of the ten wealthiest countries in the world, today it is 63 (IMF, 2017). Why? The answer is socialism. Argentina is one of the ...

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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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Asian millers turn to Argentina for wheat as drought hits Australian output

Asian millers turn to Argentina for wheat as drought hits Australian output

Reuters - Asian wheat millers are snapping up cargoes of the grain from Argentina to arrive in the first-half of the year, typically peak-export season for traditional supplier Au ...

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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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Argentina’s Crisis Is Great for Steak But Bad for Ranchers

Argentina’s Crisis Is Great for Steak But Bad for Ranchers

Bloomberg - Juan Eiras was born into a family of ranchers. If not for that, he says, the 55-year-old would have quit the business in 2018, the worst year for raising cattle on Arg ...

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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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The Four Weapons Argentina Has to Avoid a New Storm in 2019

The Four Weapons Argentina Has to Avoid a New Storm in 2019

Bloomberg - Argentina experienced a real storm in 2018 after the economy fell into recession, the currency dropped the most in the world and the International Monetary Fund came t ...

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