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After stealing Brazil’s position as top destination for tourists in South America, Argentina is at it again – with Buenos Aires being awarded the superlative of most liveable city in Latin America, according to The Economist’s Global Liveability Index

More than 250 political, economic, and business leaders gathered at the Alvear Icon hotel in Puerto Madero yesterday for The Economist’s Argentina Summit. “Have We Changed?” was the chosen theme, and set the tone for the event as panelists discussed …

According to a report released by The Economist Intelligence Unit – part of the UK Economist Group – Argentina’s GDP is projected to grow at a rate of 3% every year from now until 2020. The study cites President Macri’s …

On this edition of the Suds:  We welcome Argentina correspondent for The Economist Haley Cohen.

We talked about expectations about post-Cristina Argentina, the economy, foreign policy and Fernando’s super fancy alpargatas.

Hosted: Adrian Bono, Bianca Fernet and Fernando Farías…

OMG, you guys! We made it to the cover of the international edition this week!

Argentina! Argentina! Argen- oh, wait.

To read “The parable of Argentina,” click here.…

The fact that Argentina is the country with the highest rate of psychoanalysts per capita has never made better sense.

This country lives in state of constant identity crisis. One day, we are all proud descendants of European immigrants. The

Brazil may have the World Cup in 2016 and a coveted spot among the BRIC countries, but these days, Uruguay is, without a doubt, the big man on the MERCOSUR campus. To my delight, legalizing marijuana seems to be all …