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Articles by Antoine Latran

In Argentina, half of the population does not have a bank account. Brutal but true, and Mauricio Macri has made one of his top priorities to change this reality, along with the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank, to …

On Thursday, a special aircraft arrived to Buenos Aires from the United States, on the military side of El Palomar airport. It was an American Hercules C-130 Air Force plane, one that is not typically seen in Argentina, carrying with …

Salta Governor Juan Manuel Urtubey was in Spain last week and had the time to chat with journalists from El País, sharing some analysis of the political and economic situation of Argentina. He was in Europe to take part …

Treasury Minister Nicolás Dujovne was in New York this past weekend to assure to American investors that the Argentine government led by Mauricio Macri would maintain all the fiscal promises it made to the IMF after the US $50 billion …

The Urban 20 is the group reuniting the largest cities of the G20 members on October 29-30, right before Argentina is set to host the actual G20 meeting in Buenos Aires.

Of course, cities are the nerve centers where a …

Two days ago, we told you about how the government intends to remove price floors on domestic flights within Argentina to create more competition within the sector. Although welcomed with open arms by low-cost companies, not everyone was not so …

Between 2015 and 2017, the number of deportations in Argentina increased by 121 percent. An exponential jump which only counts foreigners with criminal records, and which has been caused by the Decreto de Necesidad y Urgencia (decree made out of

Until now, a law in Argentina established and enforced a “price floor” that ensured a minimum cost for any domestic flights. As such, local travel was often expensive, especially when compared to other international flights that only implied a marginally

On Friday, the Argentine peso hit an all-time high with the currency trading at nearly $30 to the US dollar, creating more economic difficulties and headaches for different industries. However, it’s not all dark skies ahead: this current landscape is …

The Argentine government released a statement expressing its recognition of Mexico’s elections which took place yesterday and congratulating the President-elect, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, also referred to as AMLO.

According to polls, López Obrador was the favorite to win, and …