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Entries with Keyword Angelo Calcaterra

Techint, a lucrative Italian-Argentine conglomerate with headquarters in Milan and Buenos Aires, found itself embroiled in one of the greatest corruption scandals to ever break in Argentina. The scandal revolves around the discovery of eight notebooks that meticulously record bribe

The decision of three business leaders to take a plea bargain, after being charged as a result of the events uncovered in the now-infamous notebooks written by Oscar Centeno, seemed to be a breaking point in the fight against corruption …

President Mauricio Macri highlighted today the “strong commitment” the Argentine government has taken to “fight and prevent corruption.” “The results are evident,” he said. Speaking at a G20-related event, the President touted his administration’s approach to the issue by making …

The political scandal known as “the notebooks of corruption,” which revealed a (still alleged) corruption scheme involving high-profile business leaders and former officials of the Kirchner administration, and goes all the way up to former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, …

Federal Prosecutor Franco Picardi yesterday requested the assets of Ángelo Calcaterra, President Macri’s cousin, be seized for AR$ 54 million, in the context of a case investigating irregularities in the awarding of the massive public contract to get the Sarmiento …

Excerpts from the written statement that Lázaro Báez, the businessman  at the center of a purported money laundering scheme that is unofficially known as the “K Money Trail,” presented in court yesterday have been made available to the press. In …