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Tuesday , 23 April 2019

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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Latin america liberty forum 2018 shines spotlight on socialism, social justice and socializing

Latin america liberty forum 2018 shines spotlight on socialism, social justice and socializing

Latin America Liberty Forum 2018, presented by Atlas Network with local co-host Fundación para el Progreso and held in Santiago, Chile, brought more than 153 think tank profession ...

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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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Argentina agrees to $50bn loan from IMF amid national protests

Argentina agrees to $50bn loan from IMF amid national protests

The International Monetary Fund has stepped in to shore up the Argentinian economy with a $50bn loan agreement. Argentina requested assistance from the international lender of las ...

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Bitcoin vs. the Mobile Phone

Bitcoin vs. the Mobile Phone

Bitcoin (or cryptocurrencies in general) offers some advantages over traditional electronic means of payments such as credit or debit cards, but it faces challenges old and new. I ...

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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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