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After Argentina signed a reviewed stand-by agreement with the IMF in September and the Central Bank (BCRA) consequently implemented new monetary policy, Many Argentines let out a sigh of relief as the peso finally stopped spiralling out of control after …

On Tuesday, Argentina assumed a new pro-tempore presidency of the Mercosur, which will hold until mid-2019, a year that promises to be of extreme importance for the regional trading bloc.

Its member countries, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay, will try …

Argentina’s inflation rose by 3.2 percent in November, according to the latest report by the Indec statistics agency. Even though the figure represents a 2.2 percent decrease compared to October (5.4 percent) and less than half of September’s (6.5 percent), …

“The more China develops, the better for Argentines,” President Mauricio Macri told reporters outside the presidential residence Sunday afternoon. Macri had just bestowed Chinese head of state Xi Jinping with Argentina’s highest decoration, the Order of the Liberator General San …

When Nicolás García Mayor, CEO and Founder of Cmax, was asked how he made it as a successful entrepreneur at last Friday’s forum on Entrepreneurship, Technology, and Innovation in Argentina in Washington, DC, he paused. What does it mean

Hopes for clear consensus on climate change and multilateralism fell flat this weekend, as G20 leaders produced a tenuous summit communique.

The agreement, signed Saturday afternoon in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Costa Salguero, follows months of uncertainty over whether …

 

2:20PM – The President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, has just arrived in Argentina for the Summit.

With the current political and economic downfall that has been haunting Argentina this year, the issue of climate change doesn’t appear to be at the top of priority list for most of its citizens. Yet, after this year’s fierce floods

With the upcoming G20 Leaders’ Summit beginning this week on Friday, November 30th through Saturday, December 1st, it appears that this year’s G20 chairman, Mauricio Macri, will have his hands full while hosting meetings for the summit. It is reported …

Update: President Mauricio Macri confirmed on Monday night that Argentina will go back to exporting beef to the US. “Great news!! Argentina goes back to exporting beef to the US after a 17-year-long absence in the market,” reads the first …