More than a half-dozen measures between regulations, regulations and controls (even informal), have already been launched to discourage the demand for dollars. Certainly do not seem to be measures appropriate in times where the market demand predictability and transparency. In this sense for Rodrigo alvarez, Ecolatina analyst, interviewed by Infobae: controls of the Government make more explicit the situation and could therefore deepen the leak. The growth of the informal economy for worse, encourages demand for dollar control measures. Orlando Ferreres him to Infobae as follows: clearly the gap between the parallel and official market opens.
It would always be better build trust and the quickest way to do so is by restoring the INDEC, then it should accord with the IMF, Paris Club, and the holdouts. The outflow of capital does not reach the unique problem of an Argentine economy become increasingly more stressed. The tax issue increasingly weakens and the deterioration of the social situation threatens to return to 2001 levels. Argentina’s economy is already in recession, though denies it is, and from the private sector anticipates a contraction of between 2% and 3% for this year. Argentina returns to repeat many of the mistakes that led to the crisis of 2001. In the work we perform and titled Argentina Default 2001, that soon we will be delivered free of charge to our subscribers, we analyze the reasons which led the country to the crisis of 2001 and in the light thereof, we identify the risk factors that today can lead to Argentina to repeat the crisis situation. The difference between the Argentina of the 2001 and 2009 is that in the present case the Government account with all the necessary tools to prevent collapse, only that refuses to use them in an inexplicably obstinate stance.
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