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Fake news may not have affected an electoral process in Argentina like it did in the US 2016 elections or the Brexit referendum, but according to a multi-national survey recently released by consulting firm Ipsos, this phenomenon has definitely

The unrelenting run on the Argentine peso continues to deteriorate the private sector’s expectations for the country’s economy.

An average of 41 consultancy firms, financial entities, and foreign analysts expect the yearly inflation rate will be much higher than expected …

Yesterday, Argentina’s statistics bureau, INDEC, published the preliminary results on a survey regarding disability in the country. The study revealed alarming figures of people that live with a disability: 1 out 10 Argentines live with an impairment in their hearing, …

In the province of Buenos Aries, 24 percent of girls and women report having unprotected sex because their partner does not want to use contraception. According to a survey of 2,766 young people, women are more than three times as …

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It’s that time of the year again: We need you to take five minutes of your time and complete this survey for us. It’s quick, simple and you could win a stay at The Haig, right in the …

Argentina’s Central Bank (BCRA) published yesterday its monthly survey concerning the expectations local and foreign analysts have about the future of the Argentine economy. After last month’s economic turbulence and the consequent depreciation of the peso against the US dollar …

Do you live in the Greater Buenos Aires area? You could be living in a “stress  zone”.

A recent survey conducted by the Universidad Abierta Interamericana (UAI), along with two private consulting firms, in seven different districts – or partidos …

Anxiety is on the rise as Argentina grabbles with unstable unemployment rates. According to the findings of a recent joint survey from Ibarómetro and the Center for Labor and Development Studies (CETyD) at the University of San Martín, almost half …

If you’ve been following the fight against gender violence in Argentina, you may remember how in 2012, the national government created the Single Registry of Cases of Violence Against Women (RUCVM). The registry, which was instituted as a consequence of …

Dogs on escalators, Cats on Subte platforms… Best get ready, pets could soon be going underground. The government is starting to analyze the possibility of letting pets ride the underground on the weekends.

Mayor Horacio Rodríguez Larreta asked the big