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“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 …

Following the end of the G20 Leaders Summit, President Mauricio Macri held a press conference at the Casa Rosada on Monday morning, in which he took questions from the local and foreign media about the aftermath of the summit, his …

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

Generally speaking, the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Argentina received positive reviews.

Not only from the Macri administration, but also from the international community. The fact that the leaders were able to produce a communiqué, regardless of how bland it was, …

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 …

In a press conference held after the releasing of the G20 Leaders’ communiqué, British Prime Minister said she was pleased to be the first British head of state to visit Buenos Aires since the 1982 Malvinas war – “it is

Celebrating the closer of the G20 Leaders Summit in Buenos Aires, President Mauricio Macri highlighted that a communiqué had been reached by the participating countries and that “the world has given (Argentina) a place”.

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The G20 has officially begun and The Bubble is reporting live from the Summit at Parque Norte in Buenos Aires. Stay tuned today and tomorrow for G20 updates and what they mean for Argentina.

You can watch the G20 live …

The G20 is finally upon us, which, if you’re anything like us, is probably causing you all sorts of mixed feelings right about now. On one hand, it’s nice that the international community will set its sights on Argentina for

The G20 has finally arrived and all eyes will be on the upcoming events that will absolutely paralyze the city. Even though there are some activities still going on  in Buenos Aires, chances are that you’ll probably be in the …