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Articles by Mollie Leavitt

Buenos Aires City’s Minister of Education Soledad Acuña offered a new deal to teachers unions last Thursday that included a 15 percent salary increase. According to reports from La Nación, the majority of teachers unions accepted the deal, according to …

Openbank will open its (figurative) doors in 2019 in several countries throughout Latin America, including Argentina. Openbank is Spanish bank Santander’s 100 percent online banking platform.

According to journalist Claudio Destéfano at the publication Ristretto, Openbank Argentina’s new president will …

Argentina’s national statistics agency INDEC announced yesterday that Gross Domestic Product (GDP) rose 3.9 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017, compared to the same quarter of 2016. Overall annual growth for all of 2017 was 2.9 percent. Because we’re …

The results of the annual standardized test “Aprender” are out, and the results are lukewarm at best, with reports showing that students are excelling in language, but scores in math are stagnating.

At a press conference yesterday, Minister of Education …

Yesterday, the provincial office of Census and Statistics (DIPEC) released the first survey of transgender women in Jujuy. It revealed that of a total of 163 people, the majority live at a high level of social vulnerability due to a …

On Sunday, March 25, the City of Buenos Aires Tourism Center will hold a welcome event for international students called “Es Tu Día” at the polo field in Palermo. It’s part of the CABA initiative Study Buenos Aires, a …

More than 250 political, economic, and business leaders gathered at the Alvear Icon hotel in Puerto Madero yesterday for The Economist’s Argentina Summit. “Have We Changed?” was the chosen theme, and set the tone for the event as panelists discussed …

Buenos Aires city officials confirmed that starting tomorrow, taxi fares will go up by 17.7 percent. The change had been previously announced in a public hearing.

According to the Buenos Aires government, the change is “a necessity to compensate for …

Union leaders announced this morning that the Association of Unions for Subte and Premetro Workers (AGTSyP) will be striking this evening at 8 PM to protest the presence of asbestos – a known carcinogen – on B Line cars. Which …

La Nación’s data team recently discovered that the majority of the ARA San Juan crew members had life insurance amounting to less than AR $50,000. 32 of the 44 crew members only had “basic coverage,” which includes burial insurance and …