Today we look at a debt restructuring talks between Argentina and the IMF, a workers’ protest against rising costs and poverty in Turkey, and more
Social movements will hold a day-long national struggle to demand concrete measures for the public sectors on August 28.
The intensified struggle is in response to the desperate situation that Argentinians have to face because of a spiraling economic crisis brought about by Macri’s neoliberal policies
The struggling Argentine peso suffered a significant loss in value after the defeat of Mauricio Macri in the primary elections. We spoke to Argentine economist Emiliano López about how and why this occurred
The march comes in the background of the recent IMF bailout package which would lead to the cutting of crucial subsides for the country’s poor.
The country will receive USD 10.2 billion in international loans, and the lower and middle classes will repay it in form of austerity measures
As Pakistan negotiates a loan with the IMF, for what could be its 13th and possibly the biggest bailout package from the IMF, we take a look at why it is difficult for the South Asian giant to hold down a stable economy
The marches against the austerity policies of the Mauricio Macri began on January 10 under the banner of the Trade Union Front for the National Model. Water, electricity and gas rates are in the process of being massively hiked in order to meet IMF requirements on deficit
In order to reduce the fiscal deficit as demanded by the IMF, the administration of the ruling right-wing party Cambiemos announced new increases in the tariffs of public transport, electricity, water and residential gas.
The return of IMF ‘oversight’ over Argentina’s economy means sharp cuts in social security, wage stagnation, crackdowns on protesters and left-wing politicians, and huge profits for finance capital. A new dossier by Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research looks at the crisis and the possibilities of resistance