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21/01/2005 | ¿Por qué el gobierno ataca a los indefensos y se doblega ante el FMI?
Martín Simonetta | Fundación Atlas 1853
A más de tres años del celebrado default de la deuda argentina con acreedores privados, el gobierno presentó su propuesta de reestructuración. ...
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21/01/2005 | La igualdad de oportunidades
Mario Teijeiro | Fundación Atlas 1853
Una justa distribución del ingreso es el objetivo preferido de los políticos, pero es un objetivo inalcanzable. La igualdad de oportunidades parece en cambio un objetivo más realista, con el que coincide una parte importante del pensamiento liberal. ...
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21/01/2005 | The Emerging Foreign Investment Regime in the Americas
Alexander Haslam | FOCAL
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21/01/2005 | China: Threat or Opportunity?
WMRC Staff | WMRC
The year 2005 will see continued strong demand in China for Latin American commodities, and Chinese investment in the region is set to increase significantly over the coming years. China and Latin America have never been seen as natural economic partners, but a recent whirlwind tour through the region by Chinese Premier Hu Jintao has underlined China's increasing economic influence in the region.  ...
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21/01/2005 | Overview: After the Boom, Before the Bust?
WMRC Staff | WMRC
The year 2005 may be viewed in retrospect as the 'neither/nor year' - neither witnessing the impressive economic performances of 2004, nor the momentous electoral contests lined up for 2006. In terms of GDP growth, 2004 has been the region's best year since the 1980s - with average expansion of more than 5.5%. Argentina, Uruguay and Venezuela all clocked up growth of 8% or more, while major players not benefiting from low bases of comparison - Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru - also performed creditably. ...
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21/01/2005 | ¿Por qué el gobierno ataca a los indefensos y se doblega ante el FMI?
Martín Simonetta | Fundación Atlas 1853
A más de tres años del celebrado default de la deuda argentina con acreedores privados, el gobierno presentó su propuesta de reestructuración. ...
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21/01/2005 | La igualdad de oportunidades
Mario Teijeiro | Fundación Atlas 1853
Una justa distribución del ingreso es el objetivo preferido de los políticos, pero es un objetivo inalcanzable. La igualdad de oportunidades parece en cambio un objetivo más realista, con el que coincide una parte importante del pensamiento liberal. ...
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21/01/2005 | The Emerging Foreign Investment Regime in the Americas
Alexander Haslam | FOCAL
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21/01/2005 | China: Threat or Opportunity?
WMRC Staff | WMRC
The year 2005 will see continued strong demand in China for Latin American commodities, and Chinese investment in the region is set to increase significantly over the coming years. China and Latin America have never been seen as natural economic partners, but a recent whirlwind tour through the region by Chinese Premier Hu Jintao has underlined China's increasing economic influence in the region.  ...
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21/01/2005 | Overview: After the Boom, Before the Bust?
WMRC Staff | WMRC
The year 2005 may be viewed in retrospect as the 'neither/nor year' - neither witnessing the impressive economic performances of 2004, nor the momentous electoral contests lined up for 2006. In terms of GDP growth, 2004 has been the region's best year since the 1980s - with average expansion of more than 5.5%. Argentina, Uruguay and Venezuela all clocked up growth of 8% or more, while major players not benefiting from low bases of comparison - Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru - also performed creditably. ...
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