In this article, we want to ask the simple question of how Argentina’s central problem, extremely high inflation, is to be tackled by the “markets”. Thereby, we use the contrasting example of Turkey, which is also much (and wrongly) discussed in the media, to show why it is almost impossible to return to moderate inflation anywhere in the world using the orthodox means of monetary policy.
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Reuters – Over 100 Economists: G7 leaders should end not just coal, but also oil and gas finance in 2021
Ahead of summit, more than 100 economists call on G7 countries to commit to shift their finance out of all fossil fuels this year, to enable a green pandemic recovery Read here
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