Argentina Charges Economists for Publishing Independent Information

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    As much as I might occasionally feel we should round up all the economists and throw them in jail, I don't actually mean it. However, they are thinking about doing that in Argentina. Why? Because they dare publish data contradicting the country's official statistics. This is why Argentina is an economic basket case.

    Argentina Charges Economists - WSJ.com
     
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    Usually when something effects the global economy in a great way the economist are the ones shaking their heads the most and the first.

    Peace on economists.

    Other than Harper that is ....

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    Its good. Thanks for it.
     
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    That's why my farm is in Chile and not Argentina.Argentina is the IsNtReal of South America.
     
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    Geese! Doesn't THAT SCAM sound familiar?

    According to THIS, the CPI rose only 1.6% in 2010


    Was that YOUR experience in 2010, folks?

    Did YOUR cost of living really only increase 1.6% in 2010?
     

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