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Although his phone number is still the same of his days as an ally of former president Eduardo Duhalde, Alberto Fernández believes his destiny is to re-enact Néstor Kirchner’s presidency. Ten months since inauguration, he cannot hide the nostalgia of …

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 …

Argentines are getting to know what an Alberto Fernández administration might look like, and the first few days after his win are showing some surprises regarding his relationship with Argentina’s largest partners.

Few would have expected a Peronist government to …

“The more China develops, the better for Argentines,” President Mauricio Macri told reporters outside the presidential residence Sunday afternoon. Macri had just bestowed Chinese head of state Xi Jinping with Argentina’s highest decoration, the Order of the Liberator General San …

After two weeks of negotiations between Argentina and Japan, Santa Fe factory San Ignacio will officially be sending its first shipment of dulce de leche to Japan. The move comes soon after the country’s first ever export of beef to

President Mauricio Macri will travel to South Africa this Thursday to participate in the annual BRICS summit, where Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa come together to discuss common issues. The search for responses to the threat of a …

New numbers have just been released for Argentina’s trade balance from last month. Just like April 2018, they are not good, and in fact have gotten worse. In the previous month, Argentina exported US $5.16 billion, while importing US …

Recently appointed Minister of Production Dante Sica declared the emphasis had to be put on exportation for the country to grow and to surpass the economic crisis it’s currently experiencing. According to him, in order to use wisely the

Global concerns about the possibility of an eruption of a trade war featured prominently as the first G20 meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank governors concluded today in Buenos Aires. Also making an appearance was a seeming consensus to …

The Finance Ministers and heads of Central Banks of the world’s 20 economies opened the first major G20 meeting to be held in Argentina yesterday, focusing their agenda on trade, infrastructure, and cryptocurrencies.

This week’s meeting is part of a …