Argentine Libertarian Deputy Javier Milei replied that Kirchnerism is back “because of the failure of the model of the lukewarm doves” of Juntos por el Cambio.
By Nouriel Roubini (*) – While recent shocks have made the current inflationary surge and growth slowdown more acute, they are hardly the global economy’s only problems. Even without them, the medium-term outlook would be darkening, owing to a broad range of economic, political, environmental, and demographic trends.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Director for the Western Hemisphere Ilan Goldfajn admitted inflation guidelines outlined in Argentina's recent agreement with the financial agency needed to be modified to reflect a steep variation in prices.
Chilean president Gabriel Boric said his government was preparing a mechanism to help vulnerable families pay for their basic food basket, which is to be financed with subsidies.
Argentine Libertarian Deputy Javier Milei Sunday insisted on dollarizing the country's economy during a rally in Mendoza where he also vowed that such would be his first step if elected President in 2023.
Scottish Sea Farms, now the country’s second-largest producer of farmed salmon, has committed to paying above the real Living Wage in a bid to help those of its employees and their families hit hardest by the soaring cost of living.
Brazil's Economy Minister Paulo Guedes Thursday said he had heard from European representatives a renewed interest in closing a trade deal with Mercosur.
President Jair Bolsonaro Economy minister, Paulo Guedes said that Brazil clearly condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine but is point blank against imposing economic sanctions on Moscow, a close BRICS partner.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva Wednesday said the greatest risk facing Argentina was inflation. She made those remarks during a speech at the Joint Assembly of the IMF and the World Bank in Washington, DC.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised its projections for Argentina's growth during 2022 to 4%, it was reported Tuesday in Washington DC. These figures show an improvement from those released just days ago by other agencies such as the World Bank (3.6%).