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Argentine government braces itself for nationwide union protests

Following a government default in July, Argentine labor unions have now organized nationwide protests in an effort to demand better working conditions as the recent bond default threatens economic stagnation and renewed inflation. 547 more words

Latin America

At the End of the Day

Today, Mario Draghi softened his tone on austerity – but hardened his stance on fiscal management – in his speech at a place aptly named Jackson Hole – for Jackson stonewalled, and we are indeed all in a very deep hole. 451 more words

At The End Of The Day

...as the real america moves on and forward...

…tango or samba, the ladies have the joint jumpin’…

In one case. The President of Argentina has decided that being courteous is just that, being courteous; and courteousness represents no surrender of the country’s independence to some well-connected buitres del norte. 338 more words

Democracy

Argentina Bonds Judge to Hold Hearing on Contempt Request

By: Bob Van Voris

The U.S. judge overseeing litigation about Argentina’s defaulted debt has scheduled an emergency hearing at 3 p.m. in New York to consider arguments the South American nation’s latest plan to avoid complying with his orders constitutes contempt of court. 231 more words

Law

Understanding Argentina's Coming Default

At the time of this writing, Argentina is a few days away from formally defaulting on its debts.  How could this happen three times in just twenty-eight years? 2,774 more words

Argentina

RT: ‘Attempt to intimidate’: US firm may face terrorism charges in Argentina

Published time: August 15, 2014 07:22
Edited time: August 15, 2014 11:10

 Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (AFP Photo / Norberto Duarte)

The government of Argentina is ready to use an anti-terrorism law to seek criminal charges against a US-based international printing company, which unexpectedly closed its plant on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. 184 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

Argentina wants to take default dispute to world court

Argentina is seeking to sue the United States at the world court over U.S. court rulings that last week forced the Latin American country into a default. 306 more words

Latin America