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Tuesday , 21 May 2019

Argentina confident about new deal with IMF, peso rises

Argentina confident about new deal with IMF, peso rises

BUENOS AIRES/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Argentina’s economy minister sounded upbeat on Wednesday about clinching a new deal with the International Monetary Fund after two days of talk ...

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A future conditioned to the responsibility of our politicians

A future conditioned to the responsibility of our politicians

PRENSA ECONÓMICA - To understand what awaits us Argentinians, we must understand how we came to a currency exchange that resulted in a cut of credit for the government and, theref ...

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Argentina unveils ’emergency’ austerity measures, grain export taxes to balance budget

Argentina unveils ’emergency’ austerity measures, grain export taxes to balance budget

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - President Mauricio Macri on Monday announced new taxes on exports in the world’s third-biggest soy producer and steep cuts to government spending in an “e ...

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Argentina’s economic crisis explained in five charts

Argentina’s economic crisis explained in five charts

REUTERS - BUENOS AIRES - After Argentina’s economy boomed in 2017 and market-friendly President Mauricio Macri’s coalition triumphed at legislative elections last October, economi ...

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Without a stable currency we will not regain confidence or overcome the seizure

Without a stable currency we will not regain confidence or overcome the seizure

Within the framework of the traditional breakfast cycle for members of the Libertad y Progreso Foundation, made with the support of the Naumann Foundation and RELIAL, Economist Al ...

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The Long-Run Effects of Teacher Strikes: Evidence from Argentina

The Long-Run Effects of Teacher Strikes: Evidence from Argentina

eacher industrial action is a prevalent feature of public education systems across the globe. During the past few years teacher strikes have been observed in Argentina, Canada, Ch ...

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Argentina 8-20: How the private sector sustains the state

Argentina 8-20: How the private sector sustains the state

PANAM POST - One of the great problems of Argentina, in economic terms, is that numbers do not close. Today there are approximately 8 million workers in the private sector who sup ...

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Are Asian currencies at risk from currency turmoil in Argentina, Turkey?

Are Asian currencies at risk from currency turmoil in Argentina, Turkey?

Two major emerging markets—Argentina and Turkey—are currently experiencing a bout of financial instability against a backdrop of rising US interest rates. The instability is evide ...

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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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