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Articles by Ignacio Portes

This month, the government’s claims of Argentina’s economic recovery face a moment of truth.

Throughout September, key statistical indicators which had been previously forged or discontinued during the Fernández de Kirchner administration but that are now back and working will …

A conflict is brewing between the government and the CGT umbrella union, that much is clear to anyone following the news about the escalating tension between the two.

Last week’s protest rally at the Plaza de Mayo was followed …

The government is getting busy with a series of institutional shake ups on different quarters and, following the scandal-ridden suspension of Appeals Court Judge Eduardo Freiler last week, finishing the job at the Central Bank board seems like the …

The ultimate winner of the primary mid-terms in Buenos Aires province will probably only be confirmed more than a week from now, but the big money seems to have already given its verdict, as Argentine bonds, stocks and currency all

It’s election week in Argentina, with Mauricio Macri’s ruling Cambiemos coalition testing itself for the first time against multiple strands of mostly Peronist challengers, hoping to gain seats in Congress to push its economic agenda further forward.

With that in …