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José Siaba Serrate

José Siaba Serrate

is an economist at the University of Buenos Aires and at the University of the Centre for Macroeconomic Study (UCEMA), a private university in Buenos Aires. He is also a member of the Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI).  

All articles of José Siaba Serrate

Bail-out lending

Disagreement between China and the Paris Club

China is aware of sovereign-debt nightmare, but cannot solve problems on its own

Fiscal space

Economies in limbo

Progress on resolving sovereign-debt crises remains dangerously slow

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Latin America

Implementing a green recovery agenda

Latin America has room for improvement in using nature-based solutions, digitalising sectors, and improving transport and energy infrastructure

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Reviving Latin American economies sustainably

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Financial sector

Financial sector: important allies for net-zero strategies

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Another Bretton Woods moment

The IMF wants governments to increase their debt in order to respond decisively to Covid-19 and global warming

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