Case (A) begins with the review of several trials of three successive Argentine governments 1973-1989 made to fight the three-digit inflation that worries since the end of World War II, the country had. Next, as the implementation of the currency peg under the broad umbrella of the discussed “convertibility plan” and explained their reasons in connection with the central role in the control of inflation and the market’s expectations. The case then describes the tax reforms … Read more »

Case (A) begins with the review of several trials of three successive Argentine governments 1973-1989 made to fight the three-digit inflation that worries since the end of World War II, the country had. Next, as the implementation of the currency peg under the broad umbrella of the discussed “convertibility plan” and explained their reasons in connection with the central role in the control of inflation and the market’s expectations. The case then describes the tax reforms in the early 1990s in the public finances, market sector regulation, and social security introduced. Finally, the results of this policy are briefly summarized.
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Nabil Al-Najjar,
Simone Galperti
Source: Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern Univ.
4 pages.
Release date: 01 March 2010. Prod #: KEL569-PDF-ENG
Argentine currency peg and tax reforms (A) HBR case solution

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