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The 2021 budget bill passed by the House of Representatives came with some surprise changes. Among them was the reinstatement of levies on a series of electronic goods, most notably cell phones, whose internal taxes went back to pre-2017 levels. …

Although his phone number is still the same of his days as an ally of former president Eduardo Duhalde, Alberto Fernández believes his destiny is to re-enact Néstor Kirchner’s presidency. Ten months since inauguration, he cannot hide the nostalgia of …

As from today, you will no longer have to declare your personal cell phone, tablet or laptop upon entry into Argentina. This new measure, published this morning in the government’s Official Gazette will allow people traveling from abroad (especially those …

With skyrocketing inflation and a shaky peso, Argentina’s economy is headed toward an almost inevitable recession. Now, in the midst of the crisis, the prices of many items in the country remain uncertain, with a number of products popular

Whatever is fueling the bromance between Donald Trump and Mauricio Macri is working well. Argentina’s lemons were exported to the US after a 15-year ban, and its aluminum escaped the American’s new tariff regulations. What’s next? Argentina has officially started

The Argentine Industrial Union (UIA) and the Mauricio Macri administration have taken steps to patch up their differences, meeting at the Casa Rosada to clear the air after some verbal clashes in recent days.

Last week, Production Minister Francisco Cabrera …

Argentina posted a a trade deficit of US $8.47 billion in 2017, a new record for the country and the largest nominal trade deficit ever. As a percentage of GDP (-1.4 percent) the trade deficit was the largest since 1998, …

The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) World Economy Outlook update for 2018 has projected a strengthening “global upswing” that also includes positive growth numbers for the countries that most heavily purchase Argentine exports.

Released today, the 2018 outlook noted that “120 …

The rumor has become a reality. According to press reports, the government has officially made the decision to eliminate the 35 percent tax on computer imports, a measure that would lower its prices by at least 12 percent for consumers. …

You might be able to put that weekly pilgrimage to Barrio Chino on hold: apparently there are more imports than ever on grocery store shelves. High-fiving a million peanut butter angels!

According to Juan Vasco Martínez, executive director of the …