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In a recent statement released to its users, Uber, the peer-to-peer ride sharing company declared that it will continue to expand and work in Argentina. This reaction comes on the heels the decision of the Buenos Aires City legislature to …

Buenos Aires City authorities have escalated a travel “restriction warning” to an “absolute” travel ban on five Uber Argentina executives.

According to El Cronista, all five men have been prohibited from leaving the country due to an ongoing tax …

If you’re one of the lucky (or unlucky, depending on where you stand) few who get to spend the holidays in Punta del Este, at least now you know you have options when it’s time to go home after a …

In April 2016, Uber arrived in Argentina and ever since, we have learned a lot about Buenos Aires needs, its challenges and how can we contribute to help the city move around.

When we got here, Buenos Aires was the …

Known to the press by just the initials G.E.D.M., an Uber driver has been official convicted for the first time in Argentina. In an abbreviated trial process initiated by the City’s Public Prosecution, yesterday the driver accepted a suspended sentence

An Uber driver can earn a gross salary of AR $48,000 per month, a recent Uber report has announced. That is, if they work 60 hour weeks and maintain very high standards of service (we’re talking 4.5 stars minimum and …

The latest development in the on-going battle between Uber and the Argentine courts has seen Judge Maria Fernanda Botana order both the webpage and app to be blocked. Could this be the beginning of the end for Uber in …

Most people who had to move around the City and Greater Buenos Aires had a pretty stressful day yesterday. As a result of the transportation unions’ strike, buses filled to the point of busting, commutes lasted for two hours when …

The Buenos Aires City government has taken an important step in its crusade to take Uber out from its streets. During a raid conducted on the offices of the company that handles its finances and pays its drivers, Payment Collection …

The National Criminal Appeals Court has just upheld a ruling by Buenos Aires City judge Alberto Luis Zelaya, who ruled earlier this year that Uber drivers are not in fact involved in criminal activity. Zelaya’s ruling had struck down charges