The Telecommunications Industry in Argentina Research Paper by Research Group

The Telecommunications Industry in Argentina
A paper written as a report for potential investors in Argentina's telecommunications industry.
# 25723 | 11,421 words | 28 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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This report is designed to provide the investor considering entry into the telecommunications industry in Argentina with the information needed to make an informed decision on the issue. To provide a logical flow of information to support an integrated assessment process by an investor, this report is structured in major sections, each of which provides information relevant to the investment decision in a sequence that leads from a basic familiarity with the country to an in-depth review of the telecommunications provider industry in Argentina.

Introduction to Argentina
Argentina's Geographic Setting
Social Profile
Overview of the Economy
Macroeconomics of Argentina
Macroeconomic Aggregates
Foreign Debt
Economic Outlook
Foreign Exchange and Trade Controls
Role of Foreign Trade
Foreign Exchange Regulation
Foreign Trade Regulation
Tax Regulations
Tax Rates
Special Provisions
Tax Treaties
Currency Experience
Currency Review
Argentina's Stock Market
Stock Market Review
Telecommunications Industry in Argentina
Telecommunications: Concept
Telecommunications Regulation and Deregulation in Argentina
Telecommunications Companies
Telefonica de Argentina
Telecom Argentina
Comparing Telefonica and Telecom

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"The loss of the war brought about a popular, and relatively peaceful, revolution in Argentina, which, in turn, gained the adoption of a new constitution, and the election of a new president, Raul Alfonsin, in 1983. The revolution was not just against the outcome of the war. It was also a manifestation of the extreme dissatisfaction of the Argentine public with the terror tactics employed domestically by the military governments, and with the almost complete mismanagement of the country's economy by those governments. Argentina's current constitution is designed to provide stable, elected civilian governments. It is also designed to curb the power of the military, although President Alfonsin had to deal with several attempted rebellions by factions within the country's military establishment. In October 1989, President Menem announced pardons for 39 military officers accused of human rights crimes during the period of military rule, and announced the end of human rights trials for military officers for actions alleged to have occurred during the period of military rule. These moves by President Menem were designed to enhance the country's political stability. The new constitution also provides the government with greater powers to manage the economy than were available under the constitution of 1853, as amended."

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