Like Cristina, a Sagasti adviser criticized the Central Bank for the price mismatch

is that the economist Aroma went through 7D (Seventh Day, Channel Seven; Wednesday 10:10 p.m.) and stated that “that strainer, which is the Central Bank, has to start to tackle something else”. The phrase resonated inescapably about the entity led by Miguel Pesce from Mendozawho are they asking -in increasingly explicit ways- curb the outflow of greenbacks abroad.

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“We are in a record period of exports (which means money coming in) but the Central has no reserves”, Scent continued. “Well then We have to see what we are doing to manage these sums and if we are doing it well, because our dilemma has always been what happens to the dollar. The concrete thing would be to unify criteria,” he said.

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Aroma, Gabriela Lizana (from Massismo) and Alberto Sabatini (from the Albertista sector A23) passed through 7D this Wednesday. Inflation and cracks in the Frente de Todos were the topics under discussion.

“Then Is the BCRA and the AFIP escaping the tortoise?”They Asked. “Yes I think so. If there is overinvoicing of what is imported, I propose to observe correctly who is analyzing that tissue so as not to make more mistakes”, he replied. Part of his answer was aimed at linking that problem with the inflationary phenomenon, which would close the year with prices 70% higher than the previous one.

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More withholdings and redistribute income

At the CTA rally he led on Monday, Cristina Fernández made it clear that, for her, neither the deficit nor the monetary issue are the main causes for the rise in prices. In tune, the adviser of the technical teams of the PJ affirmed cuThese are the tools that would manage to lower the IPC according to his look: raise taxes on agriculture, redistribute wealth and the already mentioned adjustment of pins in the trade balance.

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“Import Festival”. Cristina criticized the outflow of dollars and gave examples of entrepreneurs who she asked to change their business models to export more than they received. “That’s using the pen,” she finished.

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“Let’s see if it’s time to touch retentions. The person who goes to the corner newsstand, if you pay the values ​​of the flour dividing them per kilo, instead of doing it per ton; is paying a product of great need at international values. It is getting the same amount as wheat abroad, and that cannot be”, limited the Maipucino.

Also touched on the redistributive impulse, another of the axes in which they have coincided with albertismo -at least from the speech-. It is a two-pronged aspect: the first, that the economic recovery greater than 10% that 2021 brought will result in the pockets of citizens. The second, that those pockets do not lose purchasing power with each passing day, as happens with the rebranding of products constant to which the country is subjected.

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Miguel Ángel Pesce, president of the Central Bank, is one of those targeted by the critics of Kirchnerism.

Miguel Ángel Pesce, president of the Central Bank, is one of those targeted by the critics of Kirchnerism.

“Income policies are taken care of helping families to make ends meet, and to do that you have to implement price controls,” Scent said. “It is true that it does not attack the underlying problem and that sometimes it has not worked; but concrete stabilization plans, such as the Austral Plan (launched in 1985), they needed yes or yes of that measure. Regardless of how it ended (an escalation that would lead to the hyperinflation of 1989); gave us two years of stability, which in Argentina is no small thing”.

Finally, the specialist spoke of the monetary issue. A strip of Together for Change wields it almost as the only aspect that makes values ​​rise, while the national ruling party supports the hypothesis of the multicausality and relegates it to the background. sobe the printing of banknotes – which has increased in the last two years, but not only in Argentina but also in the United States and certain “first world” countries, Aroma said that “It is not necessary to emit to infinity, that is true; but we have inflationary sources that do not come from that cause, and that are not usually taken into account. The economy is always a matter of balance,” he concluded.

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