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As you may well know, Macri is — to quote the great Mylie Cyrus — having his own Party in the USA this week, meeting the new president face to face for the first time since becoming president of Argentina. …

Today, President Mauricio Macri is meeting with petroleum and other energy executives in Houston, Texas to talk more about Argentina’s potential for energy production. Later this afternoon, he and First Lady Juliana Awada will fly to Washington D.C. for tomorrow’s …

When President Macri travels to the USA to meet with Trump on April 27 — discussing the continued focus on relationship building between the two countries — he will visit the White House as well as Congress, and will also …

The Bubble reported earlier this week that Martin Lousteau, Argentine ambassador to the USA, had sent a letter to Macri setting out his resignation. In his letter, he expressed his deep appreciation for the opportunity, but that he would come …

President Mauricio Macri gave an extensive interview to U.S-based outlet Bloomberg, where he talked about a variety of topics ranging from the economy to the current political juncture and October’s mid term elections. He also confirmed reports that he will …

After Martín Lousteau handed in his resignation just two days ago — in order to get back involved with local politics to follow his possibly aim of becoming city mayor in 2019 — the search is on for someone to …

People living in Posadas, in Argentina’s Misiones Province, will no doubt be among the first to voice their criticisms of Trump’s Mexican Wall idea. Posadas residents have been coming to terms with their own giant wall for the last two …

It’s hardly surprising that many Latin Americans are not Donald Trump’s biggest fans given some of the horrific stuff he’s said. Calling people rapists and drug dealers on the basis of their passports tends to make them not like you. …

Unfortunately for Argentina, it looks like Treasury Minister Nicolas Dujovne’s claim on the impact Trump’s protectionism would have on the nation was a little bit optimistic.

Dujovne had originally stated that, due to Argentina’s relatively closed economy and encouraging figures …

Well, it was fun while it lasted.

Before Trump’s inauguration as US president last week, Argentina’s Treasury Minister, Nicolas Dujovne,  seemed confident and insisted that the growing wave of protectionism in the United States would only have a ‘marginal’ impact