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Several Argentine economists are discussing the fact that, should Argentina default, this will not mean the end of the world. Quite the contrary.
“It’s the vultures who are isolated, from an international standpoint,” said anti-IMF economist Aldo Ferrer. 247 more words
Commenting today on the BRICS summit decision, Swiss economist Alfonso Tuor wrote that this is considered a casus belli from the U.S.A. and warned against the threat of world war. 178 more words
The Importance of BRICS Bank Is Slowly Sinking In
After a spate of articles trashing the BRICS proposed New Development Bank that appeared in the western press, some pundits have now begun to acknowledge the importance of setting up the bank and trying to figure out why the BRICS chose to do it. 1,877 more words
During his visit Saturday morning to the Argentine Congress, as part of his state visit to the country, Chinese President Xi Jinping told gathered legislators that the relations between the two nations were at a “historic take-off point.” Their’s was not just a bilateral relationship, but a comprehensive strategic one, he said, in which he and Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner share similar views on such crucial issues as reforming the global financial system. 367 more words
Within only hours after his return from the sixth BRICS summit in Brazil, South African Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene underscored the strategic significance of the BRICS New Development Bank, according to a report in the South African publication… 222 more words