Monthly Archives: June 2012

Got the blues? A glance at Argentina’s exchange rates

This morning I ran across this simple but informative article in The Economist: The blue dollar: Another step towards a siege economy It provides a good overview of the parallel market that I referenced in my first post.  I do … Continue reading

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Everything but the Kitchen Sink – Pots and Pans Protests in Buenos Aires

Last Thursday morning, I received a message on my Blackberry that roughly translates to: “For the Argentina that we all want, we say ENOUGH (STOP!). ENOUGH of the lack of medication, of shackled imports and exports, of trapping of the … Continue reading

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