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    Argentina: The Country That Monsanto Poisened

    Have not posted in a while or followed much so forgive me if this has been mentioned before. Very interesting report.
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    Aa Flights Suspended Between Venezuela And Usa/arg Next?

    I have worked for American Airlines for almost 30 years and have never seen this happen in any market. We just got this internal memo about flights between Venezuela and the USA. Could Cristina do this here out of spite?:) For those who fly to Venezuela. We have been informed by AA management...
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    Mendoza As The Next Napa Valley/bordeaux

    American Develops Resort to Share the Argentina He Loves From today's New York Times. I guess some wealthy investors are not afraid of property laws. Definitely for the "high end" consumer. Good luck with all of that:)...
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    World Justice Project--La Nacion--Corruption, Etc

    Just read in La Nacion more sobering statistics from the World Justice Project regarding corruption and impunity in Argentina. Much of this we all know already and while "not new" is still alarming at how low Argentina is on the list of countries with adequate forms of justice. I did take...
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    The Argentine "personality"

    Hello All, Just had another odd, "argentine" experience and was wondering if others find it common. First, let me preface it by saying that I have a long experience with Argentina and speak castellano fluently so there should really be no problem with "misunderstanding" based on communication...
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    Shocking new statistics from the USA

    According to info in the NY Times and CNN today, about 1 out of every 6 US citizens is living in poverty and 50 million people don't have health insurance. This is a travesty for such a supposedly wealthy country. Although Argentina is a mess in many ways, it is still an emerging democracy and...
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    Everyone is Middle class?

    From today's NY TIMES.......notice the correlations mentioned in the article between Argentina and the US. April 27, 2011, 9:30 am Everyone Is ‘Middle Class,’ Right? By CATHERINE RAMPELL I’ve been...
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    Ethical Travel and Argentina

    In a bit of positive news about Argentina, I ran across an article that names Argentina as one of the ten most ethical countries in the developing world as related to environmental protection, social welfare, and human rights. Notice again, we are talking about the developing world and not the...