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The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Executive Board is set to meet on Friday, October 26, to analyze and possibly approve the reviewed Stand-By agreement reached with Argentina, which was announced on September 26 by Treasury and Finance Minister Nicolás Dujovne …

Argentina’s inflation rose by 6.5 percent in September, according to a report on consumer prices released by the Indec statistics agency on Wednesday. The rate represents a 2.6 percent increase compared to the previous month, with the accumulated rate for …

The tight relationship between Argentina and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), a result of the stand-by agreement and its later review requested by the Macri administration in June and September, is about to get a lot tighter.

Because come November, …

Argentina’s National Communications Agency announced on Wednesday that it will start a process to block 12 million prepaid cell phone lines on October 18th. If your phone isn’t registered to your name by then, you might not have a functional

In yet another episode of the Macri administration’s “trial and error”strategy, the government is backtrack on its decision to implement retroactive increases to gas bills, initially aimed at compensating gas production companies for the increased costs they incurred in as …

According to the International Monetary Fund’s latest report, Argentina will have the fifth highest inflation rate in the world. In fourth place is Iran (47.8), third is Sudan (64.3), second is South Sudan (99.4) and with the highest inflation of

Update: In the end, the government will backtrack on its decision to implement retroactive increases in gas bills, initially aimed at compensating production companies for the increased costs they incurred in as a result of the devaluation the Argentine

Once again, a recent announcement by the government about more price hikes in everyone’s gas bills caused controversy in the social, economic and political landscape.

And this time, it’s made people really mad: as it turns out, the government wants …

In a new edition of its World Economic Outlook (WEO) report, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) indicated it expects the Argentine economy to contract by 2.6 percent in 2018 and 1.6 percent in 2019, an estimation that is more …

In their August report on industry in Argentina, the INDEC statistics agency or (Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos) confirmed the downward trend of manufacturing in the country. In respect to last year, August shows a 5.6 percent