BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - A top public works official in Argentina's previous government was arrested on Tuesday while throwing what police called "an obscene amount of cash" over the walls of a monastery,
BUENOS AIRES — Ahead of President Obama’s trip to Cuba and Argentina next week, nearly all the attention — and controversy — has centered on his visit to the communist island, the first by a sitting U.S.
Argentina's debt saga dates back to 2001, when the country defaulted on $82 billion in debt. In two restructurings, in 2005 and 2010, 93 percent of that debt was exchanged for between 25 and 29 cents the
A drop in oil prices means less money in the hands of oil producers but more money in the hands of oil consumers. Currently the U.S. is importing about 5.1 million barrels a day more than we're exporting