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As a tourist, should you wish to spend the night in Buenos Aires, or visit the country then an extra fee will soon be added to your hotel bill. Buenos Aires City Council has passed a new bill which demands

Gradualism has definitively come to an end. As part of emergency moves aimed at stabilising the peso and calming the markets, the Argentine Government has introduced dramatic measures that they hope will slash the mounting fiscal deficit. After first announcing …

President Mauricio Macri interpreted Cambiemos’ victory in the midterm elections as an undeniable signal of support from the Argentine people, and didn’t waste any time seizing this influx of political capital to kick off what he believes will be a …

Along with the modifications to the income tax code last month, the AFIP tax collecting agency is set to implement changes to the “Monotributo” tax plan. Independent contractors and business owners are able to participate in a program …

D (for dollar, that is) day is finally upon us. Deposits of any undeclared cash you may have stuffed in a mattress or buried in the garden need to see the light of day. You can deposit the cash in …

Lionel Messi isn’t a man who’s used to sitting on benches, especially not ones in a court room. He’s also not that used to getting insulted, unless of course he’s in Madrid or a Japanese airport.

But this morning, as …

Well, the government has basically given up on getting people to give up, it’d seem.

Following a 40 percent hike in cigarette prices just 11 days ago (enacted by tobacco companies to match a sharp 15 percent increase on the …

Well, looks like it’s time to pack up and leave Buenos Aires for Mendoza, and not just for the delicious, bountiful supply of fine wine: it turns out the cost of living in the province is incredibly low. Dirt cheap, …

Since we found out that President Mauricio Macri became one of the highest-profile political leaders to be implicated in the Panama Papers leak of some 11.5 million legal documents from Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca — the greatest data cache …

As news broke of the Panama Papers, the world reacted in different ways. In Iceland, the Prime Minister was hounded out of office; in the United States, Bernie Sanders’ campaign got an apparent boost; and in Argentina, news …