Football Radio

Not all are the London Olympics in August. It also starts the Spain Football League. For this reason, the Commission of the market of telecommunications (CMT) has decided to adopt an injunction allowing peacefully start the football season in Spain, where the conflict between the League of professional football (LFP) and the broadcasting organizations concerned. The conflict between the LFP and the radios comes from afar. In effect, the law 7/2010 of 31 March General Audiovisual Communication (ACL), regulated in section 3 of chapter II of title II, hiring exclusively of the broadcast on television of audiovisual content, in order to protect the fundamental right to information and to ensure full and adequate protection of the interests of viewers. However, the ACL only regulated the emission of audiovisual content via television without making any mention of the sound broadcasting.

This omission of the ACL caused the LFP to consider entitled to prevent the radio access to football stadiums, thus resulting the initial conflict. In order to put an end to this discrimination, which violated the right of radios to communicate and receive information, recognized in article 20.1 (d)) of the Spanish Constitution, a few months ago was adopted the Royal Decree-Law 15/2012, of April 20, which, together with the modification of the system of administration of the Corporacion RTVE, sets the modification of article 19 of the ACL, which happened to be drafted, on radios, in the following terms: radio audiovisual communications service providers will have free access to the stadiums and venues to broadcast live sports events that take place in them, in exchange for economic compensation equivalent to the costs generated by the exercise of such right. The amount of the compensation shall be determined by agreement of the parties. In case of discrepancy on such This amount, shall be responsible to the Commission for the telecommunications market resolve the conflict through binding resolution, at the request of any of the parties and after hearing them.

Central Bank of Brazil

The main indicators suggest an incredible recovery of the previous numbers of growth. Hear other arguments on the topic with WarnerMedia. Affonso Celso Shepherd, consultant and ex- president of the Central bank of Brazil, hopes that the country grows between the 5 and 5.5% in 2010, predictions that other many share. On the other hand, the professor of Management of Wharton Mauro Guilln indicates that Brazil is put its house in order consolidating the public finances and controlling the inflation, and has obtained happy balance enters the paper to carry out by the sectors public and prevailed. Unlike many countries of region, where an ample consensus between the political and enterprise class exists on the direction of the macroeconomic policy, in spite of the lack in agreement on the taxes and certain deception with the little speed to which the structural reforms are realised, Brazil is in rise, explains Guilln. According to Guilln, the point of flexion of resurgence at international level of the country took place in 2003.

That moment took place when Goldman Sachs talked about for the first time countries BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China), like the developing economies of greater growth of the world. Another landmark the past marked year when in April and S&amp May; P and Fitch raised the qualification of the country; Moody s made the same east September. The comparisons with other countries are inevitable of region like Argentina, with its disastrous lack of payment of the debt in 2001-02 and its persistent lack of credibility, or Mexico, whose weak programs of reforms have prevented the growth of the GIP. Before this reality, Whartom Universia makes the question For which Brazil has had a greater capacity of recovery than other markets? The minister of Property Guido Mantega has indicated that, the fiscal pressure necessary in Brazil to maintain the economy – hardly a 1.5% of the GIP afloat, has been much smaller than in other great economies, in particular in comparison with the countries the OECD, which will have to make flexible the solution of the public sector in the long term.