Sunday , 22 July 2018

Bumper wheat harvest may ignite Argentina economy

Bumper wheat harvest may ignite Argentina economy

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - A record wheat harvest expected in Argentina this year could arrive just in time to jumpstart the ailing South American economy in the fourth quarter afte ...

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The challenge of recovering credibility

The challenge of recovering credibility

EL ECONOMISTA - Two and a half years after the arrival of Cambirmos the Government, there is no doubt about one of the main shortcomings in managing: the absence of a strong and c ...

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Argentina: What Just Happened And What’s Next?

Argentina: What Just Happened And What’s Next?

Summary Seeking Alpha - Argentina went through a confidence crisis over the last month, as external and internal factors coupled and pressured the currency. Macri's gradualist ref ...

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The Argentine Peso’s Death Spiral

The Argentine Peso’s Death Spiral

A sharp selloff of the Argentine peso is sparking new inflation fears in South America’s second-largest economy. For a country that is heavily dependent on foreign capital and has ...

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Is economic growth slowing down?

Is economic growth slowing down?

EL CRONISTA - The quarterly data of Gross domestic product (GDP) arrives somewhat late. Right now, in March 2018, we only have information for the third quarter of 2017. If we loo ...

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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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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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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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Productivity Commissions: The New Public Policy Tool of Global Competitiveness?

Productivity Commissions: The New Public Policy Tool of Global Competitiveness?

   The comparative analysis of long-term development in Argentina and Australia is a historic issue repeatedly addressed in academia. This focused attention could exist because bo ...

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Why is Economic Recovery Slow To Arrive?

Why is Economic Recovery Slow To Arrive?

Our Executive Director, economist  Aldo Abram, explains why Argentina should respect its institutions if it wants to attract investments and grow. It shouldn’t be surprising that ...

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