Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Tag: Argentina

Using data from the International Monetary Fund on Total IMF Credit Outstanding, the 10 countries most in debt to the IMF are listed here, with Argentina and Egypt topping the list.
Argentina's YPF Luz collaborates with Genesis Digital Assets to mine Bitcoin using natural gas from oil fields, turning stranded energy into a resource. Bitcoin is becoming more and more...
In a post on X, Argentina's Defense Minister, Luis Petri stated that Argentina wants to join NATO and has submitted a letter of intent, aligning with President Milei's foreign policy goal of forging stronger ties with Western...
The US Order is built on the ashes of genocide that happened during the junta in Argentina, with US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger being an avid supporter of the regime.
Argentina has fallen into the IMF's debt trap, rejecting sovereignty. At the moment, Argentina uses nearly all of its foreign exchange profits to settle its external debt. Table of ContentsArgentina gets into IMF's debt...
Argentina's top presidential contender, Javier Milei, known as an anarcho-capitalist, created turmoil in local financial markets and caused currency devaluation after his surprising victory in the Sunday primary. Adding...
According to the Buenos Aires-based consulting firm 1816 Economia & Estrategia, Argentina is on the brink of financial collapse as it has depleted all of its liquid international reserves and has reportedly spent an additional estimated $1...
According to new reports, Sergio Massa has promised that Argentina will stop printing money amid the current 60% inflation, which was caused by the Fernández administration's reliance on money printing to pay off the nation's escalating fiscal debt.
Working a regular job is out of the question for the 1.2 million participants of the social program Empower Work. Let's take a look at what led to Argentina’s government collapse, as people just refused to work.
The most dangerous words in monetary policy and economics are “this time is different.” The big mistake of politicians in Argentina is to believe that inflation is multicausal and that everything is solved with increasing doses of interventionism.