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Inflation has taken the backseat …

2018 has not been a strong economic year for Argentina. And a new survey illustrates how, as indicators continue to deteriorate – i.e high levels of inflation, a depreciating currency,  a drop in productivity and shrinking of the economy – …

Yesterday, the government reached an agreement with the three main energy companies operating in the country – state-run YPF, Shell, and Pan American Energy – to freeze fuel prices for two months. The other companies were also encouraged to join.…

After Argentina’s national oil company YPF raised gas prices on Tuesday, the British-Dutch multinational Shell followed suit today, raising its prices between 3 and 3.5 percent.

A liter of super oil will go from AR $23.98 to AR $24.68, …

State-controlled oil company YPF is raising its gas prices. The company is the last of the major oil companies in Argentina to increase prices, so the move was pretty much expected. Only last week, Clarín posted an article titled, “Only …

Expected increases in the price of gas have started to kick in, with at least two companies raising prices in recent days and more expected in the near term.

Infobae has reported that Shell, which has the most expensive gasoline …

For the first time in 16 years, the Argentine government will take a step back and release crude oil prices. This means that instead of controlling what suppliers can charge for their oil, the government will let prices be determined …

A long-awaited public hearing called to discuss the government’s plans to increase gas prices opened this morning at Usina del Arte cultural centre in the Boca neighborhood, amid disruption efforts by protesters.

Energy Minister Juan José Aranguren was first up …

If you’re reeling at the thought of having to pay an outrageous gas bill at the end of the month, we’ve got good news for you: Cabinet Chief Marcos Peña today assured that you won’t have to pay a dime …