May 26, 2012

Argentina Is No Model for Greece

Peter Foster, Financial Post

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It is unlikely that Argentina is too concerned by the EU's WTO challenge, which could drag on for years. Tariff retaliation would just hurt European importers. Meanwhile, Argentina isn’t well known for paying externally mandated penalties anyway.

This is no model for Greece, or indeed any civilized country.

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