Skip to main content

Articles by Bubble Staff

It was a controversy that lasted three days.

On Friday, different online news sites such as La Nación and Infobae reported that the Casa Rosada was considering the suspension of the progressive reduction of taxes on soybean exports and reinstating …

After the economic turbulence the country has undergone in recent weeks, the government began to analyze different ways to further reduce its fiscal deficit and move faster toward its goal of balancing the state’s books.

During the past days, different …

If you’re planning on passing by the Obelisco on May 25th to soak up as much Argentine symbolism as you can on the country’s 208th birthday, you’ll probably run into a group of people singing the national anthem. But they …

Argentina’s Central Bank has made it clear that interest rates won’t be making a return to their pre-foreign exchange crisis levels until it is convinced that inflation has been contained.

The Central Bank (BCRA) also moved today to swap out …

Economic activity, a proxy for Gross Domestic Product (GDP), grew by 1.4 percent in March compared a year ago, along with 0.1 percent reduction in comparison with February 2018.

The positive growth numbers means that the economy has grown for …

Teachers unions from all across the country are arriving in Buenos Aires City for the last stage of the so-called “federal march,” which aims at giving visibility to their demand for annual wage increases be renegotiated, and for the federal …

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 …

Treasury Minister Nicolás Dujovne has made his debut in his new role as coordinator for the nine ministers in the Mauricio Macri administration’s economic team, a shift set into motion by the president himself after the recent volatility in the

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 …

A Federal Judge from the Dolores district in the Buenos Aires Province determined yesterday that, during the next 90 days, gas companies throughout the country will be prevented from cutting the service from homes that don’t pay their bills.

In …