In Argentina, a new variant of populism has emerged, combining elements of traditional Latin American populism and the promotion of exports. The government of Néstor Kirchner (2003-2007) supported the organized interests of labour and domestic affairs, while attacking the “elite”, including international creditors and multinational oil companies. It has attracted broad benefits to urban workers and supported real wages through food subsidies and price agreements with traders. These redistribution programmes have emerged, while the government has maintained economic growth and avoided hyperinflation and balance-of-payments crises. This relative success stands in stark contrast to Argentina`s historical experience with populism, which has been a major player in the cycle of political instability, economic crises and military coups in the post-war period (O`Donnell, 1973; Collar and Collier 1991). How has this new form of populism managed to continue? Second, export taxes should not have been shared with the provinces, as export taxes do not fall into federal revenue-sharing agreements (Coparticipacin). As a result, their imposition coincided with a centralized deferral of the allocation of tax resources within Argentina`s federal system. Between 2001 and 2006, the share of national tax revenues held by the federal government (excluding social security) increased by 5.4% to 57.8%, while the share of shares transferred to the provinces fell to 23.1%. Export tax revenues were the largest part of this deferral. Footnote 32 As there was no need to share these export tax revenues, Kirchner had more discretion as to its use. Although revenues from other taxes also increased during this period, the increase in export taxes was instrumental in extending spending programs at the federal level, including subsidies on wage goods, under Kirchner. The health sector will seek agreements with high-level hospitals abroad for cooperation, human resource development and treatment to establish a rotational system to preserve skills and skills in the Faroe Islands.