windsportinperu wrote:There is no solid reason to began to doubt on the quality of the information given by the Central Bank - BCR . They are very professional on the work they do
mrsteak wrote: Do these guys really know what they talk about?
mrsteak wrote: People loosing 2 hrs every day just trying to get from La Molina to San Isidro and back means lost revenue. Yeah. Too much is lost here in bad business. Every day. And it will not change soon.
windsportinperu wrote:mrsteak wrote: People loosing 2 hrs every day just trying to get from La Molina to San Isidro and back means lost revenue. Yeah. Too much is lost here in bad business. Every day. And it will not change soon.
We have to be pacient and wait for the new subway System in the City . Lines as 2, 3, 4 ..
windsportinperu wrote:Perú is not an industrialized country and probably will never be.
1º Fishing Industry : take your time to read the data, and please do not make up the fake story that peruvian fishes are with Salmonella
https://elcomercio.pe/economia/exportac ... ero-422574
mrsteak wrote: yeah... so you basically contradict yourself you say I bash OECD, coz they say Peru will be a "high salaried country" - this is equivalent to saying it WILL be industrialized.
mrsteak wrote:windsportinperu: those guys are like "oh yeah we have cut half of the rain forest and exported a record amount of wood!!!" - until there is no rain forest anymore. Got my point?
I told you actually everything you need to know. I refuse to write more comments without the presence of my lawyer (we're used to say this in my country LOL)
windsportinperu wrote:Perú had the second lowest inflation in South America
Does this good news makes you happy ? or .......... maybe sad ?
windsportinperu wrote:It is true that sometimes information is manipulated, but your level of distrust in the Western Governments amaze me
There is no solid evidence that support your position. Just leave to rest for a while your subjective distrust and check the objective figures.
windsportinperu wrote:In the specific case of the reduction of inflation of Peru during 2017 one of the objective reason is the reduction of money-exchange ( $ versus S/. ) This lower cost of dollar resulted in a lower cost of imported goods
mrsteak wrote: Humanity lives in a fake world.
mrsteak wrote:Alan: nope. Inflation and interest rates are reciprocally correlated. Interest rates down => inflation up.Interest rates up => inflation down.
windsportinperu wrote:By the way, Spain has one of the highest inflation in Europe