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Monday , 25 March 2019

Argentina looks better from abroad

Argentina looks better from abroad

Ámbito Financiero - It is common to hear or read in the media that the government is angry with local businessmen because they do not invest more. After each trip abroad, Presiden ...

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This Threat of a Trade War Is the Opposite of “Drain the Swamp”

This Threat of a Trade War Is the Opposite of “Drain the Swamp”

On Thursday, President Trump made a trade policy announcement, of sorts, with all his usual clarity. Before an audience of steel and aluminum executives, he said he would impose t ...

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“A global crisis is approaching and Argentina must be ready for that”

“A global crisis is approaching and Argentina must be ready for that”

La Nación-   Aldo Abram is a man of precise and forceful definitions. As an economist and director of the Libertad y Progreso Foundation, he believes that, in terms of reform of t ...

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Inflation targeting: the chronicle of a death foretold

Inflation targeting: the chronicle of a death foretold

  AMBITO FINANCIERO - After the "recalibration" of the inflation goals, going from a ceiling of 12% for 2018 to a target of 15% that approached the consensus projected by the anal ...

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Economic freedom is, by definition, expansive of creativity and human entrepreneurship.

Economic freedom is, by definition, expansive of creativity and human entrepreneurship.

Often, in debates about economics and politics, liberals are accused of wanting to "adjust people." We have to recognize it. Maybe we have some responsibility because if we are an ...

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Argentina’s gamble on economic gradualism is working, so far

Argentina’s gamble on economic gradualism is working, so far

AT THE height of summer, workers bundled up in blue snowsuits are hauling boxes of ice lollies in and out of freezers at a small factory near Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital. Th ...

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Could a New Currency Be the Solution to Argentina’s Never-Ending Inflation Problem?

Could a New Currency Be the Solution to Argentina’s Never-Ending Inflation Problem?

Since its founding in 1935, inflation has averaged 55 percent per year. Since its issuance by the BCRA, 13 zeros have been added to national currency. The Argentine state monopoly ...

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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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The foreign policy of Cambiemos and the ideas of Alberdi

The foreign policy of Cambiemos and the ideas of Alberdi

After years of irrelevancy and decadence in regard to the Argentine insertion in the world, a cocktail that had positioned it as a frontier market (less than an emergent) it is ur ...

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In times of virtual private currencies, Hayek comments on how he would handle one if he were a Swiss banker issuing

In times of virtual private currencies, Hayek comments on how he would handle one if he were a Swiss banker issuing

In his book "Denationalization of money" Hayek deals with the issue of monetary policy and makes a proposal of "currency competition", whose discussion is appropriate in every cou ...

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