Saturday , 17 November 2018

Taxi Union Pushes Legislation to Ban Uber

Taxi Union Pushes Legislation to Ban Uber

Despite several recent court rulings in favor of Uber, the powerful Argentine taxi union is now looking to political means to ban the popular ridesharing app. In Argentina, the ta ...

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The Templeton Freedom Award

The Templeton Freedom Award

Awarded since 2004 the Templeton Freedom Award is named for the late investor and philanthropist Sir John Templeton. The award annually honors his legacy by identifying and recogn ...

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How Argentina’s peso plunge keeps emerging markets in the spotlight

How Argentina’s peso plunge keeps emerging markets in the spotlight

Marketwatch - Nothing, not even an emergency rate hike, could stop the Argentine peso from plunging Thursday, notching a new low while, separately, Turkey’s currency turmoil conti ...

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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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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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Tough lessons from populism in argentina

Tough lessons from populism in argentina

President of Argentina Mauricio Macri attends the plenary session at the VIII Summit of the Americas, in Lima, Peru, 14 April 2018. The Summit of the Americas, which gathers heads ...

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Russia, China flee from Venezuelan refineries fearing imminent collapse

Russia, China flee from Venezuelan refineries fearing imminent collapse

Russia and China, allied countries of the dictatorship in Venezuela, declined taking over the Venezuelan refineries of Paraguaná, as the Maduro regime had offered. Both countries ...

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After the Castros, what will happen in Cuba?

After the Castros, what will happen in Cuba?

Raúl Castro leaves the presidency of the State Council to Miguel Díaz-Canel on Thursday April 19. Officially, Cuba has a government appointed by the Parliament. Actually, the gove ...

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The dangerous protectionism of Donald Trump

The dangerous protectionism of Donald Trump

He warned us that he would do it. Donald Trump has unleashed a new trade war. He is a confessed mercantilist. We are only at the second skirmish. The first one was insensitively r ...

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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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