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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, …

Among the many changes that the giant 2002 devaluation brought to Argentina was a sudden switch in the country’s relationship to tourism.

During the 1990s, with a strong peso legally tied to the value of one US dollar, the stories …

After weeks of sustained slowdown in cases in Buenos Aires City and Greater Buenos Aires, Alberto Fernández announced last Friday the end of the mandatory lockdown in those areas, which will join the provinces of Jujuy, Catamarca, San Juan, Mendoza, …

With the COVID-19 pandemic hitting Argentina as hard as the rest of the continent despite what looked like a promising start, and with the economy continuing to show signs of deterioration, Alberto Fernández’s initially high approval ratings are taking …

In everyday Argentina, there’s no way to govern its multiple crises but there’s more than enough plans for tomorrow. The friendship between Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and Alberto Fernández was like a fish swimming against the current when the pandemic was …

President Alberto Fernández had to deal with an unexpected conflict this week, after a group of Buenos Aires Province policemen organized a widespread protest that escalated to a point in which dozens of armed officers surrounded his presidential residency with …

Buenos Aires City is still at the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina, with the highest number of deaths and cases per capita compared to any other region in the country, but over the last few weeks it has …

After a series of severe devaluations of the peso, tourism could be turning into a new huge opportunity for Argentina, as the country once again offers very accessible products and services for the international market. But the way is not …

An average household comprising two working adults and two children living in the City of Buenos Aires needed roughly AR $23,311 to stay above the poverty line in September, according to the latest report issued by the Buenos Aires City …

An average household comprising two working adults and two children living in the City of Buenos Aires needed roughly AR $19,700 (US $693) to not be officially considered poor in June, according to the latest report issued by the City