Monday , 27 January 2020

Yes, the rich do pay their fair share of taxes

Yes, the rich do pay their fair share of taxes

“The Myth That the Rich Don’t Pay Their ‘Fair Share’ of Taxes” The Economic Standard - Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have led the charge to add many zeros to what some Ameri ...

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New leftist Argentine government announces tax hikes

New leftist Argentine government announces tax hikes

Buenos Aires (AFP) - Argentina's new leftist government announced Tuesday a 30 percent tax on foreign currency purchases and a six-month freeze on public utility prices as part of ...

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Argentina Raises Export Taxes to Fund New Government’s Spending

Argentina Raises Export Taxes to Fund New Government’s Spending

BLOOMBERG - Argentina, the world’s biggest seller of processed soybean meal and oil, raised export taxes on Saturday as the government seeks to fund spending under new President A ...

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Argentina needs to make structural reforms to grow again

Argentina needs to make structural reforms to grow again

Xinhuanet - Argentina needs to carry out a series of structural reforms, including labor and tax matters, to return to the path of economic growth, the Argentine economist said on ...

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10 measures that Argentine entrepreneurs need

10 measures that Argentine entrepreneurs need

The reality of Argentine entrepreneurs is arduous. With growing inflation, the highest taxes in the world, Kafkian regulations, and overflowed labor costs, it is not surprising th ...

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Argentina’s budget discussion for next year is coming. Another problem for the Government?

Argentina’s budget discussion for next year is coming. Another problem for the Government?

EMPRESARIOS WEB - The economic crisis gives no respite and the economist Aldo Abram deciphers the next moves of the Government and how it will impact the different sectors, from h ...

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The 1930 Wall Street Crash, Roosevelt, Keynes and the importance of institutions

The 1930 Wall Street Crash, Roosevelt, Keynes and the importance of institutions

Let's not copy the nefarious New Deal that delayed the exit of the depression Decades ago the study of economics has stopped focusing only on fiscal balance, monetary policy, prot ...

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100 taxes, fees and contributions that destroy the competitiveness of Argentina

100 taxes, fees and contributions that destroy the competitiveness of Argentina

According to a study on 190 countries prepared by Price Waterhouse for the World Bank, Paying Taxes 2018, Argentina continues to be the second country with the highest "total rate ...

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Defense of Competition vs. Control of Competition

Defense of Competition vs. Control of Competition

PUNTO DE VISTA ECONÓMICO - Following the Law of Defense of Competition, the government forced the company Molinos to sell one of its pasta brands. The argument is that Molinos has ...

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In Argentina the private sector must face 96 taxes

In Argentina the private sector must face 96 taxes

43% of the food, 58% of the cars, 50% of the homes and 55% of the gasoline prices are composed by taxes. INFOBAE - In moments in which the national government sharpens the pencil ...

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