The purpose of the attached study just issued by LATINDADD (Latin American Network on Debt,Democracy and Rights) is to analyze the impact of DTAs (Double Taxation Agreements)
on the government fi nancing system and the tax structure in Latin America,
and to open the dialogue to establish more progressive and fairer tax systems
in the region.
The publication of the book “ Breaking up? A Route out of the Eurozone Crisis” is of great importance at this so critical moment for Europe. It is immediately apparent the commitment of the authors for not being neutral and distant specialists who write only for connoisseurs. Their work and contributions of exceptional quality respond to the challenges facing today a troubled society that requires with its outcry and mobilization immediate responses and proposals.
In the past weeks, several voices, including from the same government of Cristina Kirchner, were heard in favour of Argentina’s return to the IMF, allowing the institution to carry out the review of the economy known as Article IV.
Argentina and China have tentatively agreed to swap equivalente $10.2 billion worth of their currencies to enable South America’s second-largest economy to avoid using dollars in trade between the nations, banking officials said Monday.
Argentina, you have been much talked about since the night of 19 to 20 December 2001 when after three years of economic recession your people walked out into the streets to shout their rejection of the neoliberal policies led by Fernando De la Rua and his baleful minister of Economy, Domingo Cavallo. You showed the world that citizens can change the course of history.
Argentina, those events that resulted in the December 2001 uprising started with the IMF decision not to grant an agreed (...)