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Quantitative Easing in the EU: Addressing the Symptom or the Cause?

Samuel George on the lessons from Argentina Advertisements

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Message In a Bottle

 Lessons for Europe from Latin America – The Cliff Notes

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Surviving a Debt Crisis: Five Lessons for Europe from Latin America

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What Greece Can Learn from Argentina

Excerpt based on a new Bertelsmann Foundation Paper “Surviving a Debt Crisis: Five Lessons for Europe from Latin America” Release Date 3.21.1013

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Reform and Backlash: What Europe Can Learn from Latin America

In November, the backlash to externally imposed austerity once again boiled over. Labor unions executed coordinated strikes. University students took to the streets. Daily life came to a halt as citizens protested grinding reforms. The harsh economic restructuring was demanded … Continue reading

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Europe Cries for Argentina: A Judicial Ruling’s Global Reverberations

By ruling that Buenos Aires must repay sovereign bond holdouts, Judge Thomas Griesa may have complicated similar programs in Europe while derailing any hope of Argentina’s reentry into the global financial system.

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