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Argentinien – der schmale Pfad zu einem „tragbaren“ Schuldenniveau

27. Februar 2020
In diesem Beitrag befassen wir uns mit Argentiniens Schuldensituation und schätzen die Tragbarkeit der Verschuldung anhand von Projektionen für den Schuldenstand und für die Fähigkeit des Landes ein, seine Devisenverschuldung zurückzuzahlen. Argentiniens Schuldenproblem ist darauf zurückzuführen, dass fiskalpolitische Erwägungen grundsätzlich Vorrang haben und ein nominaler Anker fehlt. Das Problem wird so lange bestehen, bis das Land Strukturreformen durchführt. Die makroökonomische Lage ist deutlich schwieriger als zu Beginn des Jahrtausends – und zwar sowohl in Bezug auf das Wachstumspotenzial als auch auf die Inflation und äußere Faktoren. [mehr]

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