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Non-Contributory pensions account for 80% of the deficit

A new extension of the pension moratoriums and a special retirement regime for people with certain diseases are being promoted in Congress. As long as these types of rules continue to have a high political consensus, there is no point in discussing the monetary regime to control inflation and achieve stability. (more…)

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3 out of 4 working – age adults suffer from labor shortages

Workers’ Day is a day of festivity. But the motives of celebration fade in a context where an ever-smaller minority has access to quality jobs. This alerts to the need in updating the archaic labor institutions as an essential step to begin overcoming the woeful labor deficits in Argentina. (more…)

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IMF fiscal target is met with accounting make – up

The public accounts reported by the government state that the targets agreed with the IMF are met. But this was achieved thanks to an accounting gimmick that allows recording an unusual increase in extraordinary revenues. The maneuver seeks to conceal the explosive dynamics of energy subsidies. (more…)

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El sistema previsional continuará en crisis
No es noticia que el sistema previsional es deficitario, carece de aportantes y los beneficios otorgados para la mayor parte de la población son prácticamente insignificantes.
Sin embargo, sistemáticamente en el congreso se presentan alternativas que, lejos de apuntar a la mejora de sus condiciones lo vuelven aún más insostenible.
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Non-Contributory pensions account for 80% of the deficit
Non-Contributory pensions account for 80% of the deficit
3 out of 4 working – age adults suffer from labor shortages
IMF fiscal target is met with accounting make – up
Inflation is a state policy in Argentina
To increase domestic consumption, exports must also be increased
Argentina could export more fuel than it imports
Only 1 out of 4 pensiones comes from the general system
The war on inflation means a shooting in its own foot
Even if the IMF forgive the debt, Argentina would still be in crisis
The IMF targets cannot be met

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