Wednesday , 16 January 2019

Argentina’s Outlook for 2018

Argentina’s Outlook for 2018

Argentina is entering president Macri’s third year in office: it appears it will be in tune with the end of the previous year, with the economy growing at a rate of 3%, with somew ...

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Key day for the interest rate: neither the Central Bank of Argentina nor the political wing are right

Key day for the interest rate: neither the Central Bank of Argentina nor the political wing are right

The BCRA (Argentina’s Central Bank) is not the one that establishes the market interest rate to lower inflation but rather it is the market that, in fact, sets the interest rate f ...

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A normal country requires well-educated citizens and that they assume themselves as such

A normal country requires well-educated citizens and that they assume themselves as such

AUARIO DESAFÍO EXPORTAR - Argentina has started the road to be a normal country. No doubt. The discussion may be whether is it going too slowly or not. Of course, it is worth aski ...

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Bannon Down, Market Up Signals the Resurgence of Real American Populism

Bannon Down, Market Up Signals the Resurgence of Real American Populism

There were two big money-and-politics stories in the first week of the new year: The Dow Jones soared 577 points and Steve Bannon ended his political career. Are these two events ...

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Bitcoin: A Boom in  Danger of Collapsing

Bitcoin: A Boom in Danger of Collapsing

Agustín Etchebarne, our general director, explains the Bitcoin phenomenom     Bitcoin is undoubtedly a disruptive technology, the great idea of ​​creating a virtual fiduciary ...

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No, Growth is Not a Result of Demand

No, Growth is Not a Result of Demand

Counterintuitive  Economics The  Keynesian fallacy fails to take into account basic economic logic. Yesterday evening I was invited by facundo Ramirez to the "Universidad Nacional ...

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Our New Video is Here!

Our New Video is Here!

Available with subtitles in English. ...

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Aldo Abram at Radio Rivadavia

Aldo Abram at Radio Rivadavia

Economist Aldo Abram argues that the steep rise in the dollar benefits sectors that produce goods but  harms all other Argentines, "because it will cause all products to be more e ...

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Start Argentina’s Engine

Start Argentina’s Engine

English subtitles for our video are now available! ...

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Costs and Paperwork: Or Why Jeans are More Expensive in Argentina than in New York.

Costs and Paperwork: Or Why Jeans are More Expensive in Argentina than in New York.

A new car, a liter of gasoline, sneakers, a dress, or a simple burger have one thing in common: they are more expensive in Argentina than in New York, Chile or Lima.  According to ...

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