ARGENTINA: The Week at a Glance

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The Economy Recovers Faster, but It Will Leave Less Carry-Over for 2021 The Economic Activity Index with a seasonally adjusted 7.4% monthly growth showed that the recovery is somewhat better than originally expected. Even though INDEC does not release seasonally adjusted figures by sector, the data allows us to see that the two main areas of the economy, industry, and commerce, grew more than 20% m/m. July’s released data so far let us guess at another month of recovery with some bright and dark spots. Cars, steel, cement, and other construction materials performed well. CAME's trade data (
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Argentina: Diluted stabilization plan

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ARGENTINA: The Week at a Glance

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La compra centralizada de vacunas por parte de la UE tendrá sus problemas (y sus errores, criticables) pero, como bien explica @Suanzes, si cada Estado miembro hubiera ido por su lado habría sido una auténtica guerra a muerte.
https://www.elmundo.es/ciencia-y-salud/salud/2021/01/25/600ed40121efa091338b4595.html

Cualquiera que pueda explicar en voz alta las medidas del kernerismo para el mercado de carne y no se mate de risa es que no entendió las medidas

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@Coloboren, profesor de la Escuela de Negocios #UTDT, opinó en @elDiarioAR sobre las condiciones necesarias para que la economía argentina crezca. https://bit.ly/36bpPWI

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