Argentina’s president Mauricio Macri sounded almost apologetic as he addressed a crowd in the heart of the country’s Malbec wine-growing region, to make his case for another term. “We all know that recent
Senators debate the approval of a settlement with creditors over the country's defaulted debt at the Senate in Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 30, 2016. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci - SR1EC3V00L1AG BUENOS (Reuters)
CLAYPOLE, Argentina (Reuters) - In the hard-up neighborhood of Claypole on the outskirts of Argentine capital Buenos Aires, Elena Escobar makes her way to the local Caritas Felices soup kitchen to serve
Even to this day, some officials at the highest levels of the Mauricio Macri government claim their management of the economy was “the only possible alternative to the disaster we inherited” and that did
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Checkmate Macri: Is Argentina’s Market-Friendly Experiment Over? Will Populism Return Under Fernández?
Will President Mauricio Macri’s government last until the October 27 elections? Will he make it to the hypothetical moment in which he needs to pass over the presidential sash to Alberto Fernández? Are
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine President Mauricio Macri announced a tax incentive proposal aimed at boosting employment among young people on Monday, in a bid to gain ground with a voter demographic