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Magazine articles on politics and society in Argentia.
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HBS Working Knowledge
April 25, 2014
To Pay or Not to Pay: Argentina and the International Debt Market Finance Professor Laura Alfaro, who served as Minister of National Planning and Economic Policy in Costa Rica, recommends a radical solution sure to anger banks and fund managers: absolute sovereign immunity. mark for My Articles similar articles
Chemistry World
September 19, 2012
Martin De Ambrosio
Argentinean battle over agrichemical use The conviction of two people in Argentina for illegal pesticide spraying near residential areas could be the first of many, as activists vow to change the way farmers use agrichemicals. mark for My Articles similar articles
September 20, 2011
Lola Saab
Lucire Fashion: Six of Argentina's Best On September 13, 2011 the Argentine Designers' fashion show, at the Stage in Lincoln Center during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, introduced the spring 2012 collection of six designers. mark for My Articles similar articles
April 14, 2011
Rodrigo Orihuela
Argentina Pursues Foreign Grain Companies for Tax Evasion While local companies gain clout, the country's top tax agency is accusing some global food companies of underpaying exit duties on soy products mark for My Articles similar articles
December 9, 2010
Ye Xie
The Argentina Veterans Eye the Euro Warily Argentina's debt default and currency devaluation offer insights to money managers assessing risk in the euro zone. mark for My Articles similar articles
The Motley Fool
October 27, 2010
Matt Koppenheffer
Grupo Financiero Galicia Shares Popped: What You Need to Know Shares of Argentine banking group Grupo Financiero Galicia soared as much as 26% on news that Argentina's former president, Nestor Kirchner, had died. mark for My Articles similar articles
May 20, 2010
Roben Farzad
Don't Cry for Argentina. The Worst May Be Over Bank stocks are cheap, and political change is in the offing. mark for My Articles similar articles
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