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In a recent statement released to its users, Uber, the peer-to-peer ride sharing company declared that it will continue to expand and work in Argentina. This reaction comes on the heels the decision of the Buenos Aires City legislature to …

According to Ipsos, 81 percent of Argentines think immigration is bad for the economy. Darker-skinned people are often called boliviano or paraguayo as a slur, regardless of where they’re actually from. In general, immigrants from neighboring countries tend to

Conferences are a unique aspect of today’s business world. To access entrepreneurial success, you need to attend ‘Business Tourism’ meetings, where the suits and ties replace the swimming trunks and sunnies of stereotypical trips abroad. At these events, the people …

Trying to compare Argentine pizza with its Italian relatives over in Europe is like comparing mate and mocha; it’s just nonsensical. That said, it can be very difficult not to get the points cards out to see how they stack …

It’s a cold morning in the Criminal Court N°25, but adrenaline keeps the courtroom warm. The plaintiffs sit still, looking straight ahead. Cristian Aldana is sitting across the room, on the left, his eyes staring blankly at a random point

All subway lines are operating normally today, following the release of all 16 union members who were detained yesterday as a result of clashes with police forces. The union members, however, will continue to implement measures of force to give …

No subway in the Buenos Aires will been running from noon today after union members of the transport service clashed with police and seven of them – including high-profile member Néstor Segovia – were detained. “Not a single subway will …

Details of the third edition of the Expo Empleo Joven, the massive job fair in Buenos Aires that showcases – thanks to private companies – job offers and academic scholarships, are set to be announced today.

Registration for the …

Subway fares were set to increase from AR $7.50 to $11 today and $12.50 come June, a 60 percent hike overall. However, Buenos Aires City judge Patricia López Vergara prevented it from happening, as last night she upheld an injunction …

The City Legislature passed today a controversial bill allowing the City government to incinerate urban waste generated in the capital. The method was forbidden by the so-called Basura Cero (zero garbage) law from 2007 – passed before President Mauricio Macri …