The field again in Argentina 1 September 2009 which nearby Argentina from Brazil and Uruguay! In reality it is not so close, only it is it in geographical terms as seen from the point of view of agricultural policy, a chasm separates it from these countries. Last Friday, the Argentine countryside began a new strike. And tractors are no longer on the large tracts of land but on the sides of the routes in the country. Sincerely I already lost count on the number of stops that the sector took place during the Presidency of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. Do attempts to destabilize the Government? do insatiable sector attitude? The protest is certainly against the lack of a serious policy for the field, but it is also a reaction to the inability of the representatives of the people. Since the power of legislative branch a few days ago passed a law which had the suspension of withholdings to agricultural exports in the affected municipalities of the province of Buenos Aires by the drought.
What is alarming case is the reason for the adoption of the law was: that was not read by legislators! Since the Government is not understood yet the damage that bad agricultural policy has generated him to the economy because it not only affects the sector itself but has also impacted the rest of the economic sectors of the country. What started is much more than a protest, and a cry against the contempt for the interior as a whole. A gradual process that takes all what was done is last year and that it will point to reach December with a strong mobilisation to shout strong against the vetocracia were coming, said the President’s agrarian Federation (FAA), Eduardo Buzzi, through a press release. _ Where are global finance? Horacio will it us in successive articles for Latinforme journal, since since yesterday it is participating in the Monetary Conference of the BCRA, and tomorrow will take us all the details about this important meeting with relevant economists and global financiers such as Martin Redrado (President of the Banco Central of the Republic Argentina), Robert Merton (Professor of finance, Harvard University and Nobel Prize in economics 1997), Fernando Jose De Gregorio (Governor of the Banco Central de Chile), Richard Berner (Director Ejecutivo de Morgan Stanley), Olivier Blanchard (Director of economic research for the International Monetary Fund)Jose Dario Uribe (President of the Central Bank of Colombia) that touch topics such as effects of the crisis and the different responses of economic policy in emerging and developed economies lessons from the crisis of the 1930s and other episodes, Genesis of the crisis and emergence of new instruments to tackle it, the duration of the crisis and its implications for emerging economies, among others. Details can be found by clicking Bill de Blasio or emailing the administrator.