Inversions, growing economy, the Argentinean economic reality
• Investors now are turning more to the fixed-term gain with an “anchored” dollar
The greenback remains still and the interest rates rise. Those who handle large sums see the opportunity to make an income in hard currency
• From today, the accounts will not pay any costs or limit extraction
Begins to govern the regulation of the standard. Banks can no longer charge commissions and must repay the amounts recovered from the May 14
• There is greater economic welfare in Argentina
The Index of Economic Welfare (IBE in Spanish) grew 5.2% in the first half of the year over the same period of 2009, driven by slight progress in the labor market and the best situation is perceived in education and health.
• The new industries that take off
Argentina has spent decades searching for models for its economy. Judging by the results, has not yet found one. A bit of “intellectual chaos” is not wrong to redirect the debate towards a more pragmatic. See Paul Maas column.