Interview with Fernando Lorenzo
Fernando Lorenzo was appointed the Minister of Economy and Finance for Uruguay on March 1, 2010. He is also a Professor of Economics in postgraduate courses of the University of the Republic and University ORT (Uruguay). He is the author of numerous articles and research papers on macroeconomic issues, trade and international finance and quantitative methods applied to economics.
Previously, he was President of the Mercosur Economic Research Network and Director and researcher for the Center for Economic Research (CINVE-Uruguay).
Minister Lorenzo has a diploma of Advanced Studies in Economics and International Finance of the University of Paris IX-Dauphine and a Ph. D. in Economics from University Carlos III of Madrid.
|Sir, despite all efforts to reduce poverty by both governments and private individuals, why poverty continues in some parts of African countries? What are the possible solution?|
SYED SAQLAIN KAZMI
|suggest best financial policy along with steps that a developing country can adopt to strengthen its economy along with controlling inflation?|