La Promoción Industrial Durante El Gobierno Justicialista De 1973 – 1976
[Industrial Promotion in the Peronist governement (1973-1976)]
Abstractthe economic plan of the Peronist governements that were elected in May 1973 and October 1973 gave a central role to the industry as an engine for economic development in Argentina. In the moto "Freedom or Dependence" the susteinable growth in Argentina had a fundamental role that needed the impulse of several industry branches and the national control of the production factors. Within this logic laws like Industrial Promotion Law (Law 20.560) and Foreign Capital Installment Law (Law 20.557) were of fundamental importance. The role of industrial promotion was also explicited in the Triannual Plan for National Reconstruction and Liberation of December 1973. This work wants to show the complexity of this law´s implementation and their application in the different economic contexts of the period 1973-1976. Also thios work remarks the replacement of this industrial promotion system after the militar putsch in March 1976.
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