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Martín Guzmán has repeatedly said in his interviews and press conferences since swearing in as Alberto Fernández’s Economy minister that one of his main goals would be to “tranquilize” the economy.

After two years of constant runs against the peso …

The government made two massive announcements yesterday evening, and although the topics have little to do with each other at first sight, it’s hard to think that the timing was a coincidence.

-On the one hand, Economy Minister Martín Guzmán …

Were it not for the coronavirus pandemic, Chile would be launching a constitutional reform process this weekend, after six months of protests calling for the radical change of a political and economic system that was not long ago seen as …

The protests in Chile have continued for more than 100 days. What began with student demonstrations against a now-rescinded subway fare hike soon spread to encompass general discontent over high costs of living, privatization and inequality in the country led …

Mauricio Macri chose a running mate known for using anti-immigrant rhetoric, complaining about non-contributory pensions, who calls for a more active role for the armed forces and accuses competitors of being communists. Could Miguel Ángel Pichetto work as a Jair

The government’s pension reform bill made it through the Lower House early this morning with 127 votes in favour, 117 against, and 2 abstentions. The close vote came after more than 17 hours of debate on the floor and scenes …

A 24-hour strike in protest of the government’s planned pension reform bill is now in effect, with the powerful CGT umbrella union announcing the measure hours before the start of today’s session in the Lower House.

Transport unions have …

Usually when you think of December, you think of the holidays. Or at least snow or the beach, depending on which hemisphere you live in. But not in Argentina. No. Here’s it’s all about the December curse, which according to …

Congress in downtown Buenos Aires was rocked today by violence both inside and outside the building as police as various armed forces clashed with protesters from various political organizations who had mobilized against the government’s controversial pension reform that was …