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As the ruling coalition Cambiemos steers through a politically critical situation as a result of the severe economic crisis that the country is experiencing, National Deputy and co-founder of Cambiemos, Elisa Carrió, gave an extensive interview on TN in which …

On Wednesday, President Mauricio Macri had a fifteen-minute phone call with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. According to the Casa Rosada, Merkel expressed her support for Macri’s ongoing adjustment policies during the call, as well as Argentina’s deal with the

On Wednesday, Buenos Aires governor María Eugenia Vidal announced that she is planning to increase spending allocated towards a number of different welfare programs in the province, including pensions, family allowances, and food programs. The increase, which will go

Many children in the City and Province of Buenos Aires will not have classes today nor tomorrow, as teachers unions from both districts begin today their 48-hour strike. Most of their colleagues around the country will join them tomorrow as …

Local media reports that Minister of Treasury and Finance Nicolás Dujovne will be discharged from the Instituto Argentino de Diagnóstico y Tratamiento hospital this afternoon, after spending the night in observation due to abdominal and chest pains. The Ministry indicated …

Former presidential candidate Daniel Scioli reappeared in the public eye this week and used the spotlight to fire shots against the Macri administration, who he blames for the ongoing economic crisis.

“This situation was avoidable,” Scioli said on live television,

Speaking before 800 Cambiemos officials from the federal government and Province and City of Buenos Aires, President Mauricio Macri said today that without the government at the helm, “this storm would have destroyed the country to its very foundations, just …

On Tuesday, Ricardo Lorenzetti announced his resignation from the Argentine Supreme Court presidency after 11 years. The judge had occupied the highest post in Argentina’s justice system since January 2007, and will be replaced by Carlos Rosenkrantz on October 1st.

In a cutting interview with Spain’s El País newspaper on MondaySenator Miguel Angel Pichetto attributed the ongoing crisis in Argentina to errors of diagnosis and malpractice on the part of President Mauricio Macri since the very start of

As the leadership summit at the end of November fast approaches, G20 engagement groups have been diligently focused on Argentina’s mission for the multilateral forum. The private sector’s representation, through the Business20 (B20) is no exception.

The Bubble reached out …