I see Argentina in a state of absolute paralysis; politically, economically and socially.Indeed, I am very happy and grateful living in Argentina. I am not sure, if I have encountered absolutely any problem living here almost 14 years.
I fail to understand , what problems ( in Argentina) are being discussed here.
The unorthodox are generally just a few steps ahead. Soon we become the orthodox. If you study history, really study it from ancient Egypt to Greece to the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire to the British and USA empires, it's fairly simple to see what's coming. A better life for a few, a diminished life for most.I am not trying to find excuses for staying here. Bottom line is that currently the benefits of staying here outweigh the costs (has to do with my work situation, age of kids, among other factors). But if things stay this way (or get worse), it will be beneficial for us to leave in a couple of years time. And then we will do it.
NB: I generally like your unorthodox views on a lot of things. But just to say "leave if you don't like it" is a bit too simple.
Bingo. For the northern hemisphere winter, it‘s great. It’s as simple as that. I don’t understand why an expat would live in CABA and then complain about it. You want to c0mplain? Try Detroit. Milwaukee. St Louis. Etc etc.On a moderate USD income, CABA is pretty hard to beat. Still. If you need to launch kids; head home at the appropriate time. Otherwise, enjoy.
The income distribution is already much worse in Argentina than the US.Or USA. It’s everywhere. Are you familiar with the Gini coefficient? Things will only get worse. I’m not a pessimist. Just a realist. This is simply where we’re all headed. Palermo Chico is probably not a bad place to ride it out.