Sunday , 22 July 2018

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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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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A bank in Argentina is now using bitcoin for cross-border payments

A bank in Argentina is now using bitcoin for cross-border payments

Argentina's Banco Masventas has revealed that starting Monday it will enable customers to send cross-border payments using bitcoin. A partnership with Latin America-focused exchan ...

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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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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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Eradicate poverty, do not demolish wealth

Eradicate poverty, do not demolish wealth

By the time you finish reading this article, if you reach the end, about six hundred people from all over the world would have come out of poverty. In 1990 35% of the world popula ...

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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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