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As the G20 met in Buenos Aires to hash out issues such as global trade, the future of crypto and the policy issues ahead of the Leaders’ Summit at the end of the year, the ongoing negotiations over a trade …

For the first time in a while, the government can look at a survey from the INDEC statistics agency and breathe a sigh of relief: the entity reported yesterday the final numbers of Argentina’s unemployment rate for the last quarter …

Good afternoon, kind readers! It seems that nineteen South and Latin American countries are coming together to make life easier (and potentially, cheaper) for its inhabitants, including our beautiful Argentina!

Now, that captured your attention, didn’t it?

The Argentine government, …

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has long-since been President Mauricio Macri’s “white whale,” but now he’s using Argentina’s presidency of the G20 to lure more attention toward further cooperation, and perhaps, to have a seat at the …

As president of the Central Bank for the largest economy in Latin America, Ilan Goldfajn has an outsized role in the future of a key global player that is also one of Argentina’s primary trade partners. Speaking to the The

More than 250 political, economic, and business leaders gathered at the Alvear Icon hotel in Puerto Madero yesterday for The Economist’s Argentina Summit. “Have We Changed?” was the chosen theme, and set the tone for the event as panelists discussed …

Consumers faced a 2.4 percent increase in prices in February in comparison to January, bringing the overall inflation rate so far this year to 4.2 percent.

According to the INDEC statistics bureau, about half of the inflation last month was …

The Argentine Industrial Union (UIA) and the Mauricio Macri administration have taken steps to patch up their differences, meeting at the Casa Rosada to clear the air after some verbal clashes in recent days.

Last week, Production Minister Francisco Cabrera …

Canada and the Mercosur have agreed to formally launch trade negotiations, with the first round kicking off as soon as March 20 in Ottawa.

Following exploratory talks and consultations, Canadian International Trade Minister François-Philippe Champagne traveled to Asunción and met …

Twenty-five years ago, back when Beverly Hills 90210 was a worldwide phenomenon and Carlos Menem was president of Argentina, we were treated to a brand new two-peso bill featuring the face of a stern-looking Bartolomé Mitre. Back then, the convertibility …