The Vice President of Argentina last night questioned wether or not YPF makes sense nationally:http://www.lanacion.com.ar/1446484-boudou-el-problema-es-si-ypf-tiene-sentido-nacionalEl problema es si YPF tiene sentido nacional"El vicepresidente acusó a la empresa de tener una "lógica financiera de corto plazo""The issue is whether YPF makes sense nationally The vice president accused the company of having a "short-term financial interest"At this moment representatives from Repsol have arrived in Argentina from Spain to try and ward off the possibility of the Argentine government nationalizing YPF. I think this is a goner...I wouldn't want to rely on YPF for retirement income if I were retired.
Agree. It isn't going to happen. It's just talk. Too much is riding on the status quo. There is too much real money on the other side of the table for this bluff to play out.
yes anything is possible.... I don't think she is Chavez.... she is somewhere in between Chavez and other Latin american semi sociaists like Ortega in nicaragua....IMHO.... they know they need some cash from private enterprise.... Venezuela is not doing that well I am in panama a lot pre-retirement and many venezuelans have fled to panama...
Eskenazi s with its group petersen who holds 25 % of YPF is a good friend of the Kirchners. Who do you think is buying now?
A most excellent point. How does this family relate to the Kirchner family? Is Soro's still buying YPF or selling? That would give a clue also as to the intentions of the regime.
they are coming to take my dividends:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tuPL03AZcA F THEM