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26/07/2019Economía The Economist - Reino Unido Mercosur
Even today, although the United States is the main trading partner of Latin America as a whole, Mercosur (which includes Paraguay and Uruguay) does nearly half as much trade again with the European Union.
19/07/2019Política The Economist - Reino Unido Política Internacional
Can talks in Barbados restore democracy?
18/07/2019Economía The Economist - Reino Unido Economía Internacional
The world's goods-producing industries are under pressure. Amid shrinking global trade volumes, global manufacturing activity stalled in the first half of 2019, and in some developed economies the housing and construction boom that built up over a decade of ultra-loose monetary policy has peaked. Although low unemployment rates continue to fuel the service economy, a growing number of central banks have begun to prepare financial markets for policy easing.
15/07/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Política
Mauricio Macri doesn’t want to talk about the economy. Alberto Fernández wants to keep the focus off his running mate
12/07/2019Economía The Economist - Reino Unido Energía
States control about 90% of the world’s oil and gas reserves. They do so in different ways, as Latin America illustrates.The companies are unprepared for the looming energy transition
10/07/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Economía
The latest data from INDEC, the national statistics institute, show that both industrial and construction output rose in sequential terms in May.
05/07/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Mercosur
The aim is to make President Donald Trump feel like he is missing out. The motiveforce behind trade deals is supposed to be “fomo”—the fear of missing out. If negotiators fail to grab new markets for their exporters, the theory goes, rivals may snap those markets up first.
03/07/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Economía
With an eye on his prospects of re-election in October, the president, Mauricio Macri, will be extremely concerned with the impact of utilities tariff increases (necessary to reduce subsidies and close the fiscal gap) on inflation and consumer purchasing power.
26/06/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Energía
According to the Argentinean Institute of Energy, both oil and natural gas output rose in yea-on-year terms in April, by 4.3% and 1.8% respectively.
21/06/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Economía
Investors also fear a resumption of capital flight by residents, especially if Mr Macri looks likely to lose the October election to his populist opponents, led by Alberto Fernández and Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, a former president. Mr Macri’s government is in a bind. Tougher measures to appease creditors will anger voters—and angry voters will alarm creditors, who fear Ms Fernández’s return.
19/06/2019Economía The Economist - Reino Unido Economía Regional
After having faltered in 2018—owing in no small part to weaknesses in Argentina and Brazil—Latin America was slated for a mild cyclical upturn in 2019. However, early economic indicators suggest that the improvement is likely to be significantly weaker than initially anticipated.
13/06/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Política
Event On June 11th the president, Mauricio Macri, announced that a senator, Miguel Pichetto of the moderate faction of the opposition Partido Justicialista (PJ, the Peronist party), will be his running-mate in the presidential election this October.
11/06/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Economía
The government has announced a number of measures to boost economic growth, which has been struggling to pick up outside the agricultural sector.
05/06/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Política
The former Treasury minister (2013-15), Axel Kicillof, is to run for governor of the strategic province of Buenos Aires, as part of the Unidad Ciudadana faction of the Peronist party, a faction led by the former president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (2007-15).
31/05/2019Economía The Economist - Reino Unido Economía Regional
Unless Latin American businesses become more productive, the region’s outlook is dim. According to McKinsey, 72% of the region’s economic growth between 2000 and 2016 was owing to the expansion of the labour force rather than higher productivity. Latin American women now have fewer babies so the labour force will soon stop growing.
24/05/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Política
Is Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner playing a game?
24/05/2019Política The Economist - Reino Unido Politica Latinoamericana
A US-made gun is more likely to murder a Mexican than an American
21/05/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Política
On May 18th the former president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (2007-15), made a surprise announcement, through social media, that she will run as vice-president in the October 2019 presidential election on a ticket headed by former cabinet chief, Alberto Fernández (2003-08).
20/05/2019Argentina The Economist - Reino Unido Política
But her pick for running mate will be compliant