Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson forecasted a “new, exciting phase” in Anglo-Argentine relations as he wrapped up his visit to Buenos Aires. Johnson visited Argentina to attend the G20 Foreign Ministers summit. His visit was the first by a British Foreign Secretary in over 20 years. Read full article
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Spot on Boris. Trade is the way forward. Good words.May 23rd, 2018 - 08:52 am - Link - Report abuse 0
Ah, the marvels of being again 'in the world' -- but intelligently, mind you.May 24th, 2018 - 05:05 pm - Link - Report abuse -2
Argentina gets again to borrow like there is no tomorrow until it's saddled with interest payments and debt renewal in the inevitable run to the final payment crisis.
When the markets become alarmed by the country's debt levels and stop buying more paper promises, Argentina can still go cuddle with the IMF, in hopes to still borrow some more.
Those who until recently were wondering how Argentina has managed to default so many times through its history can now witness first-hand the genesis of the country's next financial crisis.
But remember: The crisis won't be the work of the Argentines. No sir. The Argentines have not benefited a bit from the current process--nor they asked for it.
The next crisis will have the signature of a government of the rich working for the rich.
Ha ha...you've got to admit...Boris is good with the spiel...May 25th, 2018 - 10:53 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
..but then again, folk forget he is an experienced writer and journalist...