Argentine bonds extended a recent dip after the government formalized its US$ 65 billion debt restructuring offer, underscoring investor concern about the country’s shaky economy despite creditors’ rallying behind a deal. Read full article
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A faltering Economy, An Insurmountable Debt, A Pandemic...What to do?Aug 20th, 2020 - 11:57 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
Well if your an Authoritarian ruler you rattle your sword, bang your drum and threaten war, AGAIN, with a country that Kicked your butt before and ask for More Please. Why can't the Rulers of Argentina figure out how to run the Argentine properly, for the good of the People, and build a better country. No they have to be like little Boy's, (Our Idiot Trump included) and try and make war pay off...Maybe in this Brave New World they'll try something New and Exciting...
jrg973Aug 21st, 2020 - 01:20 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
Can't disagree with your observation, but I hope you do recognize that Trump has actually kept the USA our of new wars AND actually is achieving military success.
Like him or hate him, he will win the election in November.
Au contraire, mon ami... Nous perdons du terrain au moment des terroristes et de nos ennemis idéologiques. Trump a aliéné ses alliés et les pays indépendants du monde entier. Regardez l’Amérique du Sud... Une fois qu’il ya un vaccin pour le virus, ils vont ramasser toutes les affaires de la Chine ... Il suffit de regarder ...Aug 22nd, 2020 - 07:49 am - Link - Report abuse 0