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The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Economic Development (OECD) has projected Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth for Argentina to 2 percent on the back of concerns over the impact of recent exchange rate volatility and the steps taken to calm …

The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) World Economy Outlook update for April 2018 has reduced its expectations of growth for Argentina this year, and its projected annual inflation rate largely exceeds the 15 percent goal set by the Macri administration in …

According to the government’s preliminary figures, the Argentine economy grew 2.9 percent in 2017, with numbers set to be officially announced in September. President Mauricio Macri’s administration is hoping that this new year will continue providing what La Nación has …

If you’re abroad and are thinking of coming to Argentina, it looks like the local government will be thrilled with your visit. The current administration thinks that tourism will be a key driver of economic growth in the next few …

Procrastinating on Facebook and binge-watching videos of cute puppies and House of Cards episodes on YouTube and Netflix, respectively. Those are the activities that, presumably, Argentines like doing best when they go online, according to a new study released by

This month, the government’s claims of Argentina’s economic recovery face a moment of truth.

Throughout September, key statistical indicators which had been previously forged or discontinued during the Fernández de Kirchner administration but that are now back and working will …

Hold on to your boots, you’re about to get some economic good news from Bianca Fernet.

Last week, our President Mauricio Macri sat down with Bloomberg to get mansplained while squinting into the sun give an interview on the state …

If you read the news last Friday, you likely encountered many of the typical “head in hands” photos or “plunging value” graphs that are traditionally displayed when markets fall. These hopeless images were selected to accompany news that Argentine warrants …