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The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos

26/08/2020
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

U.S. Finds Vietnam Manipulated Currency

Treasury Department’s finding opens doors to punitive tariffs on tire imports from Vietnam
20/07/2020
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política Internacional

The Iran-China Axis

17/07 - 20:03 - A demonstration that regional authoritarian powers don’t tend to stay in their region. The Editorial Board
02/04/2020
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Juan Forero

In Developing World, Coronavirus Slams Workers in Informal Economy

Hundreds of millions of workers and self-employed service providers form a vast informal economy, from India to Africa to South America. Most have no access to unemployment insurance or much in the way of savings
25/03/2020
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Tom Fairless

Europe’s Economic Recipe for the Pandemic: Keep Workers in Their Jobs

“Short-time work schemes had a significant impact on preserving jobs during the global financial crisis,” the OECD concluded.
23/01/2020
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política Económica Santiago Pérez and Ryan Dube

Argentine Governor Rattles Markets With Plans to Delay Bond Payment

The far-left politician is raising fears that his faction of the ruling Peronist coalition could push the rest of the federal government into a messy new debt default
02/01/2020
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Bob Davis

Trump Says He Will Sign Phase-One Trade Deal With China on Jan. 15

President Trump said he would sign the recently negotiated phase-one trade deal with China in Washington on Jan. 15—marking a formal truce in the U.S-China trade war—and would later travel to Beijing to negotiate a broader pact.
20/12/2019
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Juan Forero and David Luhnow

The Leftist ‘Pink Tide’ in Latin America Is Receding

Leaders who promised to lift the poor have been brought down by corruption and dismal economic performance
13/12/2019
Sr. Canciller The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Relaciones Exteriores John Otis Manuel

Bolivia’s Accidental Leader Tries to Fend Off Evo Morales, Set New Vote

President Jeanine Añez is determined to stop the ex-leader’s return after alleged electoral fraud led to his ouster, while guiding a scarred nation towards an election
03/12/2019
Sr. Canciller The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Josh Zumbrun

Trump to Levy Tariffs on Brazil, Argentina

President accuses both countries of manipulating their currencies to devalue them, but few economists agree
13/11/2019
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Ryan Dube and John Otis

In Evo Morales’s Wake, Bolivia Left in Turmoil

Bolivia was in turmoil for a second straight day as an opposition lawmaker declared herself the new head of state following the resignation of President Evo Morales, who arrived Tuesday in Mexico after being granted asylum.
04/11/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Dan Keeler

Emerging and Growth Markets

Over the past two months, the Merval is up by more than 40%, the largest two-month percentage gain since late 2014.
29/10/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Santiago Pérez

IMF to Test Argentina’s New Leader

28/10 - 20:07 - President-elect Alberto Fernández must reconcile his campaign-spending promises with the strict fiscal demands of the International Monetary Fund
01/10/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Ryan Dube

Argentine Farmers See Hard Times Ahead With Peronists Poised for Victory

Oct. 27 elections are likely to bring back political tradition that has taxed countryside’s resources and patience
26/09/2019
Argentina The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Santiago Pérez

Why Argentina Faces an Economic Crisis. Again.

Latin America’s third-biggest economy is repeating a pattern that has dogged it for over 70 years
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