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Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Kenneth Rapoza

Broke And Poor, Why Is Argentina’s President Focused On Saving Brazil’s Lula

Face it, Alberto Fernandez’s country can’t find its way out of a paper bag. It should provide no counsel to others trying to do the same.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Relaciones Bilaterales

Presidente de Argentina acompañará a AMLO en evento en Iguala

El presidente recibirá a su homólogo argentino, quien lo acompañará en el evento para conmemorar los 200 años del Plan de Iguala en esa localidad.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Economía

Argentina: Cristina Kirchner, Macri And Alberto Fernández – All Of Them Took On Debt

The construction of a socio-cultural narrative is one of the fundamental building blocks on which political projects are built. President Alberto Fernández, in charge of an eclectic pan-Peronist coalition that spans all the way from the left to the right, has struggled to find his origin myth and the accompanying mythology, beyond relying on the traditional Peronist fables, yet one of his recurring points is to blame the Mauricio Macri administration for the country’s evils, among them excessive indebtedness
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Economía Agustino Fontevecchia

Argentina’s Economy Minister, Martín Guzmán: Should He Stay Or Should He Go?

How long will Economy Minister Martín Guzmán last? First, he suffered a last second modification to the 2021 budget which increased the fiscal deficit substantially. Then, he was forced to swallow a sudden change to the formula used to calculate retiree and pension payments, further increasing pressure on already strained government coffers, orchestrated by none other than Senate President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Economía Nathaniel Parish Flannery

Political Risk Analysis: How Serious Is Argentina’s Economic Crisis?

Argentina has been hit hard during 2020 by the Covid-19 pandemic and a new series of demand-side shocks that have pummeled an already struggling economy. Argentina has reported over 40,000 confirmed deaths from Covid-19.
Sr. Canciller Forbes - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Agustino Fontevecchia

The “Venezuela Issue” Is Making Argentina’s Gov’t Dysfunctional

The Venezuela issue dominated the political agenda a few weeks ago in Argentina. The focus was put on the country’s position before different multilateral organizations, namely the United Nations and the Organization of American States, where Argentina’s representatives voted for and against a series of reports accusing the Nicolás Maduro’s government of the systematic violation of human rights, including 7,000 executions.
Política Forbes - Estados Unidos Política Internacional David Axe

Now South Korea’s Getting An Aircraft Carrier, Too

21:00 - South Korea reportedly plans to order 20 F-35B stealth jump jets, a strong signal that the South Korean navy is moving forward with development of a light aircraft carrier.
Política Forbes - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

China To Grow Stronger In Latin America In Aftermath Of Covid-19 Pandemic

Chinese economic influence in Latin America is likely to gain strength in the post-pandemic era, with the Asian country playing a key role in regional infrastructure projects and investing in sectors like power generation and mining, according to M&A advisors, industry sources and academics.
Política Forbes - Estados Unidos Política Internacional

Trudeau afirma que Rusia no es bienvenida al G7

Hay que reconocer que el G7 es una reunión de naciones con ideas afines, por lo que “las acciones de Rusia, lo hacen no elegible, explicó el mandatario.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

The US & China Could Lead The Global Economy Into A Quick Rebound, Helping Emerging Markets

It has become commonplace to note that the world will look different once the coronavirus pandemic is behind us. We’ve all learned the importance of washing our hands and how to jump on a video conference using Zoom or Skype, meaning we won’t need to go to the office ever again as face-to-face interaction is finally put to sleep.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Economía

Argentina Needs Goodwill From Bondlords, Or Else

Friday is shaping up to be yet another Argentina bond default day. If it’s not, then Argentina has its investors to thank. It would mean they agreed to some sort of delay, despite already delaying payment on bonds due in the first quarter to sometime later in the fourth quarter.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Recursos Naturales Silvio Marcacci

Argentina May Be the Hottest Renewable Energy Market You Haven’t Heard Of. Can It Spur a Global Boom?

An innovative approach unlocked Argentina’s renewable energy market, making it “the most interesting in the world” in just three years. And now, the approach could open the door to billions in renewable investment in developing nations worldwide.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Política Mark P. Jones

The Argentine Petro-Provinces & The Incoming Fernández Administration

On August 11 a super-majority of Argentine voters signaled they did not want President Mauricio Macri to serve another four years, and close to a majority signaled that they preferred the presidential and vice-presidential ticket of Alberto Fernández and Cristina Fernández de Kirchner as Macri’s successor for the 2019-23 period.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Política Mark P. Jones

Provincial Elections in Santa Cruz: Home of the Kirchner Clan

On August 11 the Argentine province of Santa Cruz will elect its governor and the members of its unicameral provincial legislature for four-year terms. In spite of Santa Cruz being the home province of the Kirchner clan, there exists a possibility that for the first time in more than 50 years a person who is not a member of Argentina’s Peronist Movement could be elected governor of Santa Cruz.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Política Kenneth Rapoza

Has Argentina’s Embattled President Macri Finally Bottomed Out?

If Mauricio Macri is reelected in October it would basically mean two things: The International Monetary Fund is no longer a death knell to the leader who signed the loan in the first place, and Cristina Kirchner and her quasi-communist, closed door, protesters-in-the-street politics are officially in Argentina’s past.
Economía Forbes - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Norbert Michel

The Fed Is Doing Its Best To Achieve The Impossible

The Federal Reserve has taken a serious beating lately. Even President Trump, the man who selected Jay Powell as Fed Chair and who appointed three of the four remaining Fed Board members has thrown a few punches its way.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Economía Garth Friesen

Cry For Me, Argentina: Why A Great Nation Keeps Jumping From One Economic Crisis to Another

What seems to be holding Argentina back is a disbelief held by international investors and Argentinians alike that the future can be different from the past. Argentina’s history of staggering rises in consumer price inflation, sharp currency devaluations and forced debt restructurings, exacerbated by excessive government spending and widespread corruption, erodes domestic and international confidence.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Política Mark P. Jones

The June 9 Provincial Election In Chubut, Argentina's No.2 Petro-Province

Chubut is Argentina's second most important Petro-Province (after Neuquén), producing 30% of the country's petroleum and 7% of its natural gas.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Política Kenneth Rapoza

There Is Only One Way Mauricio Macri Is Re-Elected In Argentina

Cristina Kirchner announced her...vice presidency on May 18. It's an odd twist to her story, but her pick of former chief of staff and political operator Alberto Fernandez as her president shows she knows how toxic she is about to become for left-of-center Peronists in Argentina.
Argentina Forbes - Estados Unidos Política

Argentina's President Macri Could Find Some Partial Relief In La Pampa On May 19th

But, the upcoming May 19 provincial election in La Pampa could provide Macri with some partial relief; almost certainly not a victory, but for the first time this election season a dignified defeat where the Let’s Change candidate loses by only a single digit margin or a margin in the low teens. Such is life for Macri in 2019 when a dignified loss represents the best Let’s Change electoral performance to date. es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino