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One stage, 500 people in the audience, and a jury. Is it a talent contest? It can be if your skill is pitching a working product to venture capitalists. That is the essence of Startup Battlefield, the competition created 12

Treasury Minister Nicolás Dujovne was in New York this past weekend to assure to American investors that the Argentine government led by Mauricio Macri would maintain all the fiscal promises it made to the IMF after the US $50 billion …

Sister of the reigning King Philip of Belgium, Princess Astrid will be in Argentina for a special state visit on the 24th of June. She won’t come alone, as she is bringing with her a huge committee of around 150 …

Argentina has finally received good news on the economic landscape.

Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) announced this afternoon that the country has been upgraded to “emerging market,” opening the door to new investment. The measure will come into effect next …

In late 2016,  Arcos Dorados, the company that represents McDonald’s in Latin America -and yes, that’s “Golden Arches” in Spanish – announced a US $50 million (AR $1 billion) from 2017-2018 in Argentina, and now they’ve made it a double

Spanish Primer Minister Mariano Rajoy will arrive to Argentina today, along with 60 national business leaders, in hopes of increasing bilateral trade and discussing investment opportunities in the country. Rajoy and President Macri are expected to go over other issues …

President Mauricio Macri started off the last leg of his European trip today championing his record and encouraging French firms to invest in Argentina.

Fresh from the World economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Macri began his official activities in Paris …

Act III, Scene I

It’s a poetic evening in Buenos Aires. This Sunday, Argentines headed to the polls for primary elections for senators and congress members. The results allegedly give us a hint at which direction the winds of popular …

As you may well know, Macri is — to quote the great Mylie Cyrus — having his own Party in the USA this week, meeting the new president face to face for the first time since becoming president of Argentina. …

The international bond and credit rating firm has announced their prediction that economic growth in the region of Latin America will likely average a mere 0.9 percent in 2016-18. To put that into perspective, it’s well below the recent average …