In an interview with the Argentine Newspaper, La Nacion, Carnegie Endowment Senior Associate, and recently retired Head of the IMF Fiscal Affairs Division, Vito Tanzi commented on the causes and consequences of Argentina's current fiscal predicament. Tanzi argued that much of Argentina's problems stem from an inefficient tax system, referring to Argentina as a country where "people would like to be taxed like Haiti and spend like Europe."

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