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The Ministry of Transport has announced it will implement a new system which is set to regulate the fares of taxis at airports and bus terminals and established a fixed, non-negotiable price, before the customer even steps foot into the …

Mass consumption in Argentina has dropped by 2 percent in the last quarter, compared to the same period a year earlier, according to a private report by Kantar Worldpanel consultancy.

With the Upper-lower class plummeting by 6 percent. “The period …

Even though Argentina’s unemployment rate clocked in at 9.6 percent in the second quarter of 2018, a new survey released this week by the Small and Medium-sized Business Observatory Foundation (FOP) concluded that the labor market also suffers of another …

The City of Buenos government passed yesterday a bill modifying its transportation code by increasing the legal punishment for what they call “illegal transport.” Even though the bill reaches, for example, school bus drivers who decide to use their vehicle …

The end of the world, also known as the Copa Libertadores final between River and Boca, is near. No one wants to miss this match up for the ages, and since it is literally impossible – and I am not …

Different news sites have reported that the United States’ Department of Commerce (DOC) has began a process to review countervailing duty orders on Argentine biodiesel exports, imposed in November 2017 after determining that local producers were receiving “unfair” subsidies.

The …

2018 has not been a strong economic year for Argentina. And a new survey illustrates how, as indicators continue to deteriorate – i.e high levels of inflation, a depreciating currency,  a drop in productivity and shrinking of the economy – …

Industrial activity shrank by 11.5 percent in September when compared to the same month of the previous year – the sharpest drop since May 2009 – according to the latest report by the Indec statistics agency. Overall this year, the …

A comprehensive report about gender inequality in the City of Buenos Aires confirmed what we already know: it still very much exists. Published on November 5 by the City government’s statistics agency, it indicates that in 2017, women earned on

In the architectural renderings, pedestrians stroll under purple jacarandas and parents tug their kids back onto the sidewalk of the bridge that’s also a park that’s also a headquarters. From a different perspective, this time inside the building, a generic …