China, The U.S. And Latin America News

May 26, 2009 Does it matter for Latin America on how long recovery will occur in the U.S. economy? Does it know how strong the recovery will be developed? What are the implications the outcome of the Chinese trade balance for the region? All these questions are of interest considering the prospects for recovery of Latin American economies, although the importance varies in intensity. While the crisis is likely to continue throwing up new troubles we certainly believe that we are passing through a period which should start to discuss about the economic recovery of the U.S. economy in particular and the world economy in general. Read additional details here: James A. Levine, M.D.. Still the world depends on the moods and health of the U.S. economy. Despite its staggering during the genesis of the subprime explosion, the economy and the dollar from Central America has shown its validity as world leaders.

During the seminar I attended, and I have taken a interesting diagnosis of the global economic situation and Argentina, Repsol YPF, in relation to the international context, the analysis made by the speakers on the outlook for economic recovery, its possible form and the Chinese trade surplus. That the global economic recovery will come from the U.S. no doubt, not only the historical ability of its economy but also by the demonstrated inability of the rest. The world is expectant about what may happen to the U.S. economy. Nothing remains of the illusion of a decoupling. China disappointed at their first opportunity to put the world economy on their shoulders and try to at least enjoy the world economy of a small.

Buenos Aires

The current mayor, conservative Mauricio Macri, defeats Daniel Filmus Peronist, but fails the required 50% of the votes. Another second round, which the Mayor won both disputed in 2007. The Mayor of Buenos Aires, Mauricio Macri, leader of the conservative Republican proposal, should contest a runoff with Peronist Senator Daniel Filmus, to have been imposed to its rival, but without obtaining 50% of votes in the local elections held on Sunday in the Argentine capital. Macri won 46.7 percent of the vote, 18.5 percentage points higher than Filmus, candidate of the Peronist front for victory which leads the Argentine President, Cristina Fernandez, according to the official calculation of 85.1 per cent of polling stations. In third place was filmmaker Fernando Pino Solanas, of the Alliance of centre left project South. Macri and Filmus already contested a second round of voting, which the Conservative leader won in 2007. Twelve other candidates were far away, as a result of an electoral polarization that had as great losers to the Civic Coalition, formed by leaders of center-left and center-right (3.1% of the votes) and the social democratic Radical Civic Union (UCR), second parliamentary force (2.9%).

In these elections voted more than 75% of the 2.48 million enabled citizens, similar to the last three level contests held in the Argentine capital, the third constituency of the country. Celebration at nightfall in the Argentinian capital, the celebrations of the followers of Macri to pure music differed from the proselytizing atmosphere of the bunker of Filmus, who a hour later than its rival thanked those who allowed him to leave once again to dnder the project of the Government of Fernandez. Macri repeated the tone of discourse of his electoral victory of 2007, when it tried to become leader of the opposition to the Government which was in the hands of the deceased Nestor Kirchner (2003-2007), husband of Fernandez, who succeeded him by winning the presidential elections of October of that year. I always said that I would have second round because 50 plus one is a very challenging deadline and had many candidates. We are ready for the second round, we feel very good with this support from the residents of Buenos Aires, said the Mayor in his bunker, surrounded by hundreds of followers. Source of the news: Mayor of Buenos Aires will be decided in runoff