Tag Archives: Argentina

Country Bankruptcies and the Shackles of U.S. Law

Argentina and beyond: Is there an effective global solution for country bankruptcies?

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When U.S. Hedge Funds Abuse the Rule of Law

In the battle of New York vs. Argentina, hedge funds plead innocence, while gaming the system.

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10 Worrying Signs Argentina is Facing Yet Another Financial Crisis

Argentina is on the brink of its third major economic crisis in the last 35 years.

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Argentina: What the Pope Left Behind

Now is the time for Argentina, boosted by a new pope in Rome, to stop gaming its economic statistics and focus on real economic reforms.

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Leo Messi: Argentina’s Best Export Ever?

Why do doctors want to study the brain of Argentine soccer star Leo Messi?

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Dateline Argentina: Going Home

What does a long-time New Yorker feel when he heads back to his hometown in Argentina?

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I Cry For You, Argentina

Why will the recent death of former President of Argentina Néstor Kirchner only make things more difficult for his wife, current president Cristina Kirchner?

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Greece, the Argentine Debt Default and the American Connection

Why should Greece approach Argentina's debt default as a cautionary tale?

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Argentina and the G-20

Eight years later, how is Argentina’s debt default affecting the country’s economy?

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The Gotan Project — Vive le Tango!

What surprises will tango — Argentina’s most popular musical genre — have for the 21st century?

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