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Argentina is a country caught in a time warp

Obsessed as they are by the world of almost half a century ago, Cristina and her admirers have little interest in the country they are now governing. In other parts of the world, people are more inclined to celebrate the good things that happen to their country than the disasters it suffers, which is why most, even those whose compatriots were on the losing side, stage remembrance ceremonies to mark the day a major war ended rather than the day it began. This is not the case in Argentina. Year after year, the…

Parallels between New Zealand’s Turbulent Past and Argentina’s Recent History

Parallels between New Zealand’s Turbulent Past and Argentina’s more recent History This interesting article was written by one of New Zealand most well known Investment Advisor’s four years ago. It explains very well how far New Zealand has come from these dark days of socialist nonsense and open corruption to the competitive economy we have in New Zealand today. It was not an easy ride as you can see.  Argentina went through the same restructuring process with the same issues. TAKING…

Argentina rejects reform?

After a crushing defeat for Macri in August’s primaries, most Argentines expect a win by the opposition left wing Peronists, who first came to power in 1946 under the populist general Juan Perón and, as the country’s dominant political force, who have overseen much of Argentina’s deterioration during the past half-century from its covered position as one of the richest in the world earlier that century. Nowhere is this more evident than in Villa 31 in Buenos Aires, which, situated around train tracks…

Panic Sweeps Argentine Pampas as Farmers’ Old Nemesis Returns – Peronism

All across the Pampas, in one wind-swept little farming town after another, a sense of dread has suddenly set in. Mauricio Macri, the man who championed the cause of the Argentine farmer, is almost certain to lose his re-election bid in October and will hand back the presidency to the leftist party that tormented the region for years. A primary vote held a few weeks ago made that clear. The concern is so severe that many here aren’t waiting for the actual election to confirm Macri’s defeat. They can’t,…
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