The International Monetary Fund is continuing talks with Argentina as authorities there try to stem spiraling economic problems in Latin America’s third-largest economy, IMF spokesman Gerry Rice told reporters on Thursday. Read full article
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MP should at least qualify idiocies such as market-friendly Macri and populist Alberto Fernandez.Sep 15th, 2019 - 06:36 am - Link - Report abuse 0
Nothing market-friendly in Mauricio Macri, who has succeeded dismantling Argentina's domestic productive sector in less than four years, leading to the closure of over 15,000 small and medium-size businesses.
The only market-friendly side of Macri is the benefits to friends, family members and associates in sectors such as financial, allowing for speculation with sky-high interest rates, carry trade and capital flight. Macri also benefited and gave long-term contracts to some companies such as toll highway Autopistas del Sol (currently under judicial investigation), and the Macri Group is still attempting to erase a USA $ 81 million debt to the government in concept of royalties for the Correo Argentino concession (also under judicial investigation).
The courts are going to be very busy with these and other Macri-related cases under investigation as soon as the threatening, tight grip on judges is released.
Tell us oh wise one who in Argentina is NOT looking to make money,how did Nestor and Cristina make so much money surely not on a Presidents salary. Do the Presidents in Argentina have to lodge TAX RETURNS or are they the same as the general public and fail to lodge TAX RETURNS.Sep 17th, 2019 - 07:00 am - Link - Report abuse 0
gcSep 18th, 2019 - 05:28 am - Link - Report abuse 0
Why, of course everybody wants to make money so that they can live.
A different thing is when you live to make money.