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Federal Judge Julián Ercolini indicted former President Cristina Fernández and her children, Máximo – who is also a national deputy for the Frente Para la Victoria – and Florencia in the so-called “Hotesur” case yesterday. Ercolini determined there …

The government received another strong show of support from the international community regarding its decision to negotiate a stand by agreement with the IMF. This time, it came from US President Donald Trump, who called Macri at 10 AM Argentina …

During the past weeks, the news cycle has been overtaken by one topic and one topic only: the economic turbulence in which the country is immersed, its causes, potential consequences, whether it was a good idea to resort to an …

Treasury Minister Nicolás Dujovne is back in Washington this week for a series of meetings to negotiate a line of credit from the International Monetary Fund. The IMF has several options of lines of credit, and it appears at this …

The US government reiterated its support for its Argentine counterpart’s economic policies, in the context of the Macri administration’s negotiations on the terms of a stand-by agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The Argentine government’s decision had already received

President Mauricio Macri has sought to shore up political support for his government from with moderate Peronist governors at the Casa Rosada while other sectors of the opposition have requested that any financial support from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) …

On March 16th, Federal Court of Appeals Judges Eduardo Farah and Jorge Ballestero issued a ruling releasing media and business tycoon Cristóbal López from pre-trial arrest, as well as lessening charges against him: from defrauding the state to simple tax …

With the support of the different opposition caucuses, yesterday the Lower House passed a bill establishing limits to the increases in utility bills implemented by the government this year. The initiative received 133 votes in favor, 94 against, and three …

Representatives of the country’s main opposition parties came out to criticize the government’s decision to begin negotiations with the International Monetary Fund for financing. While some plainly rejected the agreement, reminiscing on the massive crisis the country experienced in 2001, …

The Lower House of Congress is set for more skirmishes today as lawmakers are slated to vote on a bill tabled by the opposition which establishes limits to utility bill increases.

The effort by the opposition, which has already been