Argentina will prepay bond that expires in 2015

The Argentine Economy Minister Axel Kicillof announced this Thursday that his country will pay next week in advance a bond that expired in October 2015 by 6,700 million, in the middle of a dispute with the hedge funds in the United States. The Minister also announced at a press...

Tax for higher wages is defended by Argentine Government

The Argentine government on Monday defended the need to charge a tax on the highest salaries, despite the growing opposition claims from unions that reject the measure. “Many do not agree that it must be collected. We consider it philosophically and ideologically necessary...

President Fernandez will return to public activities next Tuesday

Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez, will resume public activities next Tuesday after passing an intestinal infection that had her admitted earlier this month and then a period of home rest, reported this Thursday the Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich. He said that is...

Fernandez continues hospitalized and suspends her participation in the G20 summit

Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez continues hospitalized this Thursday, so she canceled her participation in the G20 summit to be held next week in Australia, due to an intestinal infection that will require at least 10 days of rest, the government reported. Economy...

Argentinean Government lashes out against Griesa

The Government of Argentina accused yesterday, August 2, the American Federal Judge Thomas Griesa of immobility “to benefit the vulture funds” and reported that they will investigate the existence of a “possible millionaire scam ” to charge insurance...

Argentina Police protest due low wages generated by chaos

In recent days, police protests to demand wage increases in Argentina have increased, spreading to more regions of the country. The scenario is presented on the eve of the thirtieth anniversary of Argentina’s return to democracy. Police claims erupted last week in Cordoba....