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A long-awaited public hearing called to discuss the government’s plans to increase gas prices opened this morning at Usina del Arte cultural centre in the Boca neighborhood, amid disruption efforts by protesters.
Energy Minister Juan José Aranguren was first up …

President Mauricio Macri’s government wanted to send one clear message to the more than 1,900 business leaders and potential investors on Tuesday: Argentina has changed. And it is eager for business.

“Your trust and presence in this forum ratifies this …

After several months of comings and goings over the prices of gas bills, we all thought the issue would finally be over with the Macri administration’s call for public hearings, in accordance to last month’s Supreme Court ruling that compelled …

Even though you’ll have to pay more than ever to turn on that air-conditioning unit this summer, that won’t exempt you from having to swelter in the dark. Because, yes, what has now become an annual tradition in the City …

The government is scaling back its ambitions. After all the headaches and back-and-forth on gas prices, it seems President Mauricio Macri’s administration now has a plan. And its deficit-cutting ambitions will be taking a hit as a result. The government …

There was lots of expectations surrounding the public tender to develop renewable energy projects in the country. But it’s probably safe to say that no one expected it to be this good. And the government didn’t wait to celebrate. The

Energy Minister Juan José Aranguren is getting some backup. Following the failed attempt to increase rates in public utility bills — collectively known as tarifazo — the Macri administration today announced the creation of an advisory council for energy policy …

The Supreme Court has unanimously decided to halt the increase in gas prices, put forward by the Energy Ministry under Juan José Aranguren, for residential consumers, or homes. In addition, Judges Ricardo Lorenzetti, Carlos Maqueda, Elena Highton de Nolasco …

A grenade was found today in a dumpster a few meters away from the house of Martina Isabel Forns, the federal judge who banned electricity increases throughout the country last month. It is still unconfirmed whether the grenade was meant …

Energy Minister Juan José Aranguren today appeared before a special committee comprised of representatives from the Chamber of Deputies to justify the steep increases in utilities, collectively known as tarifazo.

Speaking before 114 deputies — roughly half the …