Prensa Santos ratifies his mandate before a strong opposition

The president Juan Manuel Santos (50.95%) finally won with almost six points over Óscar Iván Zuluaga (45%) the ballots were opened until the counting of the votes and were marked almost exclusively by the debate on peace, the dialogue with the guerrillas and its conditions. For twenty years in Colombia there were not presidential elections with such a tight difference, when Ernesto Samper won with little difference against the future president Andrés Pastrana. However, abstention was not avoided by the high electoral rivalry and reached 54% and only 16 million people out of the 33 million voters exercise their right.

Prensa Chile: Assault on the Model

A few days ago The Wall Street Journal (04.05.2014) published an article entitled 'Assault on the Chilean Miracle'. Its subject was the drastic tax reform proposed by the new president, Michelle Bachelet, which could raise the company tax from 20% to 35%. This added to the effect of a rise of the income tax from 20% to 25% and the elimination of the tax exemption on reinvested earnings. Thus Chile is moving counter-current in a world where the trend, especially in small and open economies, is to lower taxes in order to attract investment.

Prensa Rebuilding the institutions of an exhausted country

“From day one the greatest challenge of Partido Popular will be to rebuild the institutions of an exhausted country”, Manuel Pizarro said during his conference at the Campus.

Prensa Santos ratifies his mandate before a strong opposition

06.17.2014. The president Juan Manuel Santos (50.95%) finally won with almost six points over Óscar Iván Zuluaga (45%) the ballots were opened until the counting of the votes and were marked almost exclusively by the debate on peace, the dialogue with the guerrillas and its conditions. For twenty years in Colombia there were not presidential elections with such a tight difference, when Ernesto Samper won with little difference against the future president Andrés Pastrana. However, abstention was not avoided by the high electoral rivalry and reached 54% and only 16 million people out of the 33 million voters exercise their right.

Prensa Chile: Assault on the Model

05.09.2014. A few days ago The Wall Street Journal (04.05.2014) published an article entitled 'Assault on the Chilean Miracle'. Its subject was the drastic tax reform proposed by the new president, Michelle Bachelet, which could raise the company tax from 20% to 35%. This added to the effect of a rise of the income tax from 20% to 25% and the elimination of the tax exemption on reinvested earnings. Thus Chile is moving counter-current in a world where the trend, especially in small and open economies, is to lower taxes in order to attract investment.

Prensa Rebuilding the institutions of an exhausted country

07.02.2011. “From day one the greatest challenge of Partido Popular will be to rebuild the institutions of an exhausted country”, Manuel Pizarro said during his conference at the Campus.

Prensa A Strategy for Energy in Spain

03.08.2011.