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Coexistence between a Peronist president and a BA City Mayor from an anti-Peronist coalition had started surprisingly well.

Alberto Fernández and Horacio Rodríguez Larreta seemed to be finding common ground by being the centrist wing of their respective coalitions, …

Inflation and currency instability at the Central Bank have made Economy Minister Martín Guzmán accelerate his efforts to show a path of fiscal austerity, which he sees as an alternative to the disorderly devaluation that he wants to avoid.…

This Monday marked the first day of primavera here in the southern hemisphere, bringing with it, sunshine, pesky teenagers making out in the park, and best of all, another edition of Buenos Aires Food Week. Spring time means it’s …

Yesterday, President Macri signed decree 632/2018, which imposes a government hiring freeze, a reduction of bonuses and vacation time for existing employees, and seeks to reduce travel expenses and the number of government vehicles until the end of next …

The Lower House in Congress approved the 2018 Budget yesterday and sent it on to the Senate with votes by Cambiemos (the Argentina Federal caucus) and the Renewal Front.

In a frenetic December that also included a pension and tax …

As the frenzy over the arrival of low-cost flights to Argentina continues, Norwegian Airlines announced yesterday that they will be offering a round flight from Buenos Aires to London at a special starting price of US $400 during its initial …

The Chamber of Deputies from the Buenos Aires provincial government passed the Vidal administration’s budget bill today, following intense negotiations with other key political actors in the largest province in the country: the Renewal Front led by Sergio Massa, the …

President Mauricio Macri’s administration is dotting the I’s crossing the T’s of the 2017 budget that it will send to Congress next week. And sources tell La Nación the government expects an average exchange rate of AR$18 per US dollar …

Following up on President Mauricio Macri’s promise last month to increase security forces’ wages, starting this month, a salary increase will be awarded to members of the federal police, border patrol (who also carry out police duties among civilian population), …

This morning, the 2016 budget was published in the Official Bulletin under Decrees 2278 and 2280/2015, officially making it law. Along with the signatures of President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Cabinet Chief Aníbal Fernández and Economy Minister Axel Kicillof