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Coexistence between a Peronist president and a BA City Mayor from an anti-Peronist coalition had started surprisingly well.

Alberto Fernández and Horacio Rodríguez Larreta seemed to be finding common ground by being the centrist wing of their respective coalitions, …

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 2021 budget bill passed by the House of Representatives came with some surprise changes. Among them was the reinstatement of levies on a series of electronic goods, most notably cell phones, whose internal taxes went back to pre-2017 levels. …

The most ardent enemies and long-time critics of the Kirchnerite decade sometimes used to explain its endurance by citing two factors: “soybean and luck”. It was a reductionist view of why the Kirchnerite economy went 12 years without …

Néstor Kirchner had a routine that he followed religiously during the years of his presidency. Every day he called the Central Bank to know how many US dollars were in its foreign currency reserves. After that, he called the Treasury …

President Alberto Fernández had to deal with an unexpected conflict this week, after a group of Buenos Aires Province policemen organized a widespread protest that escalated to a point in which dozens of armed officers surrounded his presidential residency with …

Argentine politics are heating back up. After weeks in which President Fernández comfortably dominated the scene through his reaction to the COVID-19 emergency, the growing economic crisis, the dismissal of social security chief Alejandro Vanoli yesterday and the emerging …

On Tuesday, the Government temporarily suspended the imposition of a series of tax hikes on international flights that originate from or land in Argentina. The measure was promoted by the Ministry of Transport, which has sought to avoid a drop

Update: following intense media scrutiny about the contradictions, Cabinet Chief Marcos Peña took to Twitter to support Dujovne’s initial statements and clarified the government ifs not planning on increasing taxes on overseas flights o credit card purchases made abroad.…

It was a controversy that lasted three days.

On Friday, different online news sites such as La Nación and Infobae reported that the Casa Rosada was considering the suspension of the progressive reduction of taxes on soybean exports and reinstating …