A grains ‘superhighway’ in Argentina? (E1478)
In this episode of the Keiser Report from Buenos Aires, Max and Stacy look at some of the options on the horizon for Argentina as the new government settles in and tries to revive the economy. They discuss the grains ‘superhighway’ that may end up being built by China as they seek to dredge the Parana River to make way for bulk vessels. They also talk about the statements from Total regarding the unlikelihood of developing any natural gas from the shale reserves in Patagonia in light of ‘negative prices’ in the US. In the second half, Max interviews Frederico Ast about building “the justice system of the future” with a dispute resolution system for a globalized online world.
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