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If you have to go near Congress today, don’t. Unions and social organizations are marching there from different points of the City, protesting against the government’s 2019 Budget Bill, approved yesterday by a parliamentary commission.

The debate, which began at …

The government’s representatives in Congress managed to gather enough support today to pass the 2019 Budget Bill in a congressional commission, and called a special session in the Lower House to debate and vote it tomorrow.

Passing the bill will

The government organization that manages the Buenos Aires subway system, Sbase, announced on Monday that come November it will raise subway (known as the Subte here) fares by one peso each month over the next four months — reaching a …

An average household comprising two working adults and two children living in the City of Buenos Aires needed roughly AR $23,311 to stay above the poverty line in September, according to the latest report issued by the Buenos Aires City …

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