President Macri introduces a new bank note. But the state of Argentina’s economy is worrying
A battle over utility bills is Mauricio Macri’s first big crisis. Mauricio Macri said the energy crisis was the most complex of the “many bombs” Kirchner had left for him.
Trying to clear up doubts surrounding the policies used to reduce poverty, Marcos Peña President of the Minister’s Cabinet claimed zero poverty goals are a ‘goal as a society’.
A new ruling in New York augurs well for a long-awaited resolution with holdout bondholders. On February 19th Mr Griesa said he would lift the injunction that prevents Argentina from servicing its restructured debts under certain conditions.
Kirchner says she does not fear going to jail if it is the political price she must pay for her progressive policies.
Argentina’s recession deepened in the second quarter as President Macri’s efforts to implement free-market reform exacerbated an already flagging economy. GDP fell 3.4% from the same period a year earlier
The repeal of this law allows exporting wood for the production of pulp paste with serious damage to the rivers and the ecosystem of the region
Juan Pablo "El Pata" Medina is accused of illegal activities in La Plata, Argentina
In the Americas, corruption was and still is a sensitive and important issue
Organizers urge women to stop work and other activities for an hour in Wednesday ‘women’s strike’ following rape and torture of a 16-year-old girl
El Tribunal Oral Federal N°6 le otorgó el beneficio de la prisión domiciliaria al represor Miguel Etchecoltaz
El CONICET es la mejor institución gubernamental de ciencia en América Latina
La derogación de esta ley permite exportar madera para la producción de pasta celulosa con serios daños a los ríos y al ecosistema de la región
The newly elected presidents of Argentina, Brazil and Peru have new political plans that may mark a shift to the right in Latin America.
Argentina's reformist government has opened the way to resuming relations with the International Monetary Fund, after a decade of icy relations that saw the country censured by the crisis lender.
Argentine President Mauricio Macri on Wednesday unveiled a national plan that aims to increase renewable energy use by 18 percent by 2025 and create between 5,000 and 8,000 jobs.
Finance minister Nicolás Dujovne said recent protectionist trade strategies did more harm than good and was keen on attracting inward investment from Britain
President Mauricio Macri’s administration is reportedly allocating AR $15,766 million (US $978,427,520) to such projects throughout the year, 46 percent more than what was earmarked in 2016.
The country’s national government payed 9.3 billion dollars to vulture funds, putting an end to its struggle in courts abroad.
Argentina has returned to the international borrowing markets with a sale of sovereign bonds that ends 15 years of exile since its 2001 default.
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