Economics job market candidates
Those students who have passed a minimum of 150 ECTS, corresponding to the basic and compulsory subjects, and who are enrolled in all the credits pending for the completion of the degree, may enroll in the Final Degree Project (TFG).
The Final Degree Project is conceived as the culmination of the student's academic effort in this training period and, in one way or another, will develop all the competencies and skills proposed by the degree. Within this general development, it is understood that all the generic competences will be reinforced, especially. The specific competencies acquired will depend on the subject matter addressed in each paper and, therefore, on the area of knowledge in which they are circumscribed.
At the end of September, the provisional resolution of the TFG finally assigned to each student will be published in the Faculty, establishing a period of approximately 7 calendar days for claims before the publication of the final resolution.
On June 5, 2009, the Minister of the Interior, Mercedes Cabanillas, ordered the police to recover the roads taken over by Amazonian indigenous people who had blocked them near Bagua. In the police operation, 10 civilians and 24 policemen died.
On June 25, 2009, the Congress questioned Prime Minister Yehude Simon and Minister Mercedes Cabanillas; then a motion of censure was presented against both of them, which did not prosper. On July 8, Alan García announced cabinet changes and on July 11, Javier Velásquez Quesquén was appointed Premier. On July 11, Javier Velásquez Quesquén was sworn in.
On July 11, Javier Velásquez Quesquén was sworn in as the new President of the Council of Ministers, along with him, new ministers were sworn in: Rafael Rey (Defense), Octavio Salazar (Interior), Aurelio Pastor (Justice), Adolfo de Córdoba Vélez (Agriculture), Manuela García Cochagne (Labor and Employment Promotion) and Martín Pérez Monteverde (Foreign Trade and Tourism). Minister Mercedes Aráoz moved from Foreign Trade and Tourism to the Production portfolio.
Situation in Argentina
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Argentina's historical inflation
It is enough to remember the violent protests that broke out in 2021 after a failed tax proposal that sought, among other measures, to increase the value added tax (VAT) on several products and services, which the Government said was necessary to alleviate the blows of the pandemic.
Although the administration of Iván Duque withdrew it, this was the opportunity for demonstrations to expand and millions of people to take to the streets not only because of the months of economic pressure but also because of the deep sense of inequality felt by many Colombians.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) concluded in its most recent report that Colombia has one of the highest levels of poverty, income inequality and labor market informality in Latin America.
"The countryside is Colombia's salvation", says Rodolfo Hernández in a video posted on his social networks where he explains his intention to grow domestic demand for goods and services to decrease imports and maximize exports.