Argentina’s Economic Collapse

Since achieving independence some 200 years ago, Argentina’s foreign debt has been a source of impoverishment and corruption.  From the first loan negotiated by Rivadavia in 1824 with the British bank Baring Brothers, the debt was used to enrich Argentinian bankers, control the finances, and empty the country of its wealth.

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by Womankind mag on August 1, 2016

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