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Articles by Demian Bio

It looks like international investors included the need to be more optimistic about emerging markets in their new year’s resolutions. Ever since the Earth began a new lap around the sun, the financial landscape has been extremely favorable for all …

Yes, we know it’s January. And we know the presidential elections are more than nine months away. But this is Argentina, which means that at the moment one election is over, speculation about the strategy each party will adopt for …

With the beginning of a new electoral year, the Argentine political conversation is again discussing two ever-controversial subjects: whether the age of criminal responsibility should be lower, and the real impact of crimes committed by foreigners in Argentina, an issue …

With the recent drastic change in political tune in both the Brazilian and Mexican administrations – the two largest economies in Latin America – it didn’t take long to for these two countries to send shockwaves throughout the regional geopolitical …

Roughly two and a half years from the surfacing of the Odebrecht chapter of the “Lava Jato” scandal, Argentina continues to be one of the few countries that has not taken concrete steps to judge those involved in the scheme …

One of the biggest scandals in the Cambiemos era, sparked by a journalistic investigation which alleged that officials laundered money for the 2017 midterms campaign in the Buenos Aires Province through citizens oblivious to the maneuvers, is no longer able …

As society continues to move forward against accusations of sexual abuse and gender-based violence – the last catalyst being the one leveled against actor Juan Darthés by Thelma Fardín – Congress is reacting in order to cement these changes.

On …

After Argentina signed a reviewed stand-by agreement with the IMF in September and the Central Bank (BCRA) consequently implemented new monetary policy, Many Argentines let out a sigh of relief as the peso finally stopped spiralling out of control after …

The last days of the year have been busy for former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. At least when it comes to her legal problems: A Federal Court of Appeals recently confirmed her indictment in the so-called “notebooks scandal” case, …

The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday the government-run Anses is not using the right index to update the pension payments and ordered the social security organization to apply a new system that increases their monthly payments.

The Court ruling came …