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The hottest Argentine telenovela of the summer – and I’m not talking about the struggle to not melt while living with what feels like two million degrees and extended power outages – has reached an early conclusion. Buenos Aires Province …

2018 has not been a strong economic year for Argentina. And a new survey illustrates how, as indicators continue to deteriorate – i.e high levels of inflation, a depreciating currency,  a drop in productivity and shrinking of the economy – …

The Buenos Aires Province’s Labor Ministry is set to impose a multi-million peso fine on its primary teachers union, Suteba, as a result of its refusal to abide by a legal resolution compelling it to refrain from striking this week.…

María Eugenia Vidal’s administration has called the Buenos Aires Province’s main teachers unions back to the negotiation table, in order to reach a salary agreement for the year, after a court from La Plata legally obliged her government to do …

Well, that’s one way to do it. After managing to avoid explicitly delineating her position during the months of debates on the bill to decriminalize and legalize abortion, María Eugenia Vidal, Governor of Buenos Aires Province, has finally made her …

Buenos Aires Governor María Eugenia Vidal has ruled out a presidential bid for 2019, promising to throw her support behind President Mauricio Macri’s re-election efforts instead.

Vidal has much higher approval ratings than Macri, and as governor of the country’s …

Nicolas Dujovne must regret bringing a sign that read “Let’s not return to the Fund” when he went on the talk show Odisea Argentina in late 2016. The current talks with the IMF – with Dujovne leading the negotiations for …

The latest set of hikes in utility bills has been dominating the news cycle since their implementation, becoming the political power struggle of the moment. As the opposition has been trying to capitalize the discontent caused by the increase in …

President Mauricio Macri has asked provincial and municipal governments to cut taxes on utilities as the public conversation about the cost of energy continues to rumble on.

Following the decision by the government to introduce a payment plan on utilities

The beginning of the school year in Argentina has arrived, and you know what that means: the majority of children attending public schools in this country won’t be going to class, as only seven provinces have managed to reach salary …