If Venezuelans thought their inflation woes couldn't get any worse, they were wrong. While the regime has failed to report inflation beyond 2014, contravening the law, the Troubled Currencies Project estimates the annual rate at 808… Read More...
Just one day into summer in Argentina, and tampons have been disappearing. With the peso exchange rate fixed to the US dollar — artificially high — few currency reserves are available for imports. In other words, this… Read More...
By Mauricio Ríos García
EspañolAlthough relatively unnoticed, the Latin-American perspective on the Great Recession (2007-2012) has never been more useful. Analysts of the region, who have witnessed the most peacetime economic crises… Read More...
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