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After being the first Latin American leader to congratulate Joe Biden for beating Donald Trump in the US presidential election, Alberto Fernández went one step further yesterday and detailed his thoughts on how Biden’s presidency could compare to that of …

The government has confirmed that natural gas prices will be increasing by an average of 32 percent starting Sunday.

Energy Minister Juan José Aranguren said today that while the maximum increase for natural gas consumers will be in the range …

Last Friday, Treasury Minister Nicolás Dujovne presented in this year’s Budget Bill the government’s plan  to reduce state subsidies in a variety of sectors. The reduction is intended to decrease the deficit and gradually reduce the state’s involvement in the …

We knew it was going to happen, and it has. President Mauricio Macri’s administration today made the new gas rates official, publishing them shortly after holding the public hearings that the Supreme Court had demanded in August. All the information …

Bianca Fernet, Fernando Farías and Demian Bio with the main stories of the week.…

Starting today, new caps on gas bills are taking effect: homeowners will benefit from a 400 percent cap on increases to their gas bills while small- and medium-sized businesses, shops and hotels will see 500 percent caps placed on theirs.…

Sorry, guys! Energy and Mining Minister Juan José Aranguren confirmed today that some sectors of the economy will experience a rise in energy tariffs as of February.

During an interview with Radio Continental this morning, Aranguren explained the government will …

Argentina has ripped across international headlines over the past week following the suspicious death of Prosecutor Alberto Nisman.

Mr. Nisman was found dead from a gunshot wound to the head hours before he was due in Congress to charge President …

It’s Friday again!

And, oh, what a week. One of those uneventful weeks in which a lot happened but it’s mostly irrelevant stuff, so you feel like nothing really happened. Yeah, this was one of those weeks.

So here’s a …

Welcome to another episode of the Cadena Nacional!

If you thought President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was going to stay away from the public eye just because she sprained her ankle while jumping around her hotel room in Rome …