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Central bank loosens policy

On October 30th theBanco Central de la RepúblicaArgentina (BCRA, the central bank) announced that it would reduce the floor for the benchmark Leliq rate to 63% in November, down from 68% in October and 78% in September.
Política The Economist - Reino Unido Política Internacional

If a 13-year-old murders a ten-year-old, is it a crime?

There is little international consensus about when young people should be punished under the law
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The political transition begins

On October 28th the outgoing centre-right president, Mauricio Macri, met with the left-leaning president-elect, Alberto Fernández, to begin preparations for the political transition.
Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Política

Argentines give the Peronists another chance

If Alberto Fernández, the newly elected president, is to succeed, he will have to govern very differently from the Peronists of the past
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Primary fiscal account remains in surplus through Q3

In January-September the primary fiscal accounts posted a cumulative surplus of Ps22.9bn (US$892.81m, or 0.1% of estimated 2019 GDP), according to recent data by the Ministry of the Treasury.
Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Política Económica

Macri seeks to boost exports by SMEs

On October 8th the president, Mauricio Macri, announced on Twitter a measure to encourage small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to enter export activity.
Economía The Economist - Reino Unido Economía Internacional

Most, but not all, emerging markets have overcome high inflation

SPECIAL REPORT: THE WORLD ECONOMY - Emerging marketsThey have done it by using rich-world methods
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Macri looks to breathe new life into campaign

On October 5th the president, Mauricio Macri, completed the first week of "sí se puede" (yes we can) marches, aimed at reinvigorating his re-election campaign ahead of the first-round vote on October 27th
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After 14 years, is Bolivia falling out of love with Evo Morales?

At Bolivia’s largest museum, perched on a hill in an isolated Andean village one item stands out. Itis a replica of a makeshift football covered in white cloth that Bolivia’s President Evo Morales usedto play with as a small child, in between school lessons and herding llamas on the chilly plateau.
Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Economía

Argentina’s difficult road to redemption

The current economic crisis is milder than the collapse of 2001-02. And the country’s politicians are more responsible
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Trouble ahead for Argentina-Brazil relations?

Argentina and Brazil, the two largest South American economies, have been politically in step for most of the past two decades. Now, however, a parting of the ways looks probable. Last year, the Brazilian electorate swung to the populist far right, electing Jair Bolsonaro as president. es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino