(November 14, 2002) The Argentine government on Thursday took the extraordinary step of defaulting on a loan repayment to the World Bank, in a sign of its intense frustration over negotiations with the bank’s sister institution, the International Monetary Fund.
(July 1, 2002) Argentina’s plight has lessons for the West: It’s not how much aid you give, it’s who you give it to.
(January 23, 2002) Argentina is investigating Carlos Menem, the former president, for allegedly taking bribes to cover up Iranian involvement in the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish centre in which 86 people died, the Swiss government said yesterday.
(January 14, 2002) The Jubilee Debt Programme at New Economics Foundation launches a new report on Argentina and international insolvency: “Chapter 9/11? Resolving International Debt Crises – the Jubilee Framework for international insolvency”.
(August 8, 2000) An unprecedented judicial ruling from the Argentine courts has condemned the illegitimate origins of a substantial portion of external debt amassed during the military period from 1976 to 1983.
(August 7, 2000) Debajo encontraran la correspondencia recibida por el hijo de Alejandro Olmos y por Hector Seoane, Secretario General del Foro de la Deuda Externa/FORDEX, de la sentencia que dicto el Tribunal Federal de Argentina el viernes 14 de julio sobre la ilegitimidad de la deuda externa argentina durante la dictadura militar: 1976-1983. El juicio ha sido iniciado por Alejandro Olmos 18 anos atras. Esta victoria le pertenece mas que nada a el y a los que creyeron y le apoyaron en su lucha.