Concretamente a la exmandataria se le acusa de haber ordenado al Banco Central de la República Argentina (BCRA) vender dólares a un precio menor que el del mercado, en una causa conocida como “Dólar Futuro”.
A judge in Argentina has ruled that the former president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, should stand trial on charges of financial mismanagement.
Finance minister Nicolás Dujovne said recent protectionist trade strategies did more harm than good and was keen on attracting inward investment from Britain
Argentina urban poverty rate rose to 32.9% in the third quarter of 2016, which means 13 million people due to a precarious labor market and lack of long-term development policies
Argentina, Bolivia and Chile own 85 per cent of world’s known lithium reserves. Each seeks investment and international capacities to exploit the resource. However, experts disagree on how to get better economic benefits
For a quarter century, one man ruled the Rio Parana, the mighty Mississippi of Argentina. His name is Omar Suarez. Along the Parana he is better known as El Caballo
Mexican politicians are saber rattling against the US agriculture sector, and it looks like Argentina is ready to fill the gap.
International tourist arrivals to Chile reached a historic high last year with 5.64 million visitors in 2016.
Argentina and Bolivia will create a joint committee to deal with Mauricio Madri's order to toughen immigration laws
What to expect when the presidents of Brazil and Argentina meet
South America’s biggest economies want to work more closely together. That will not be easy
Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri signed a decree that modifies the country’s immigration law in a way that will speed up the deportation process and bar entry into the country
Duermen en un cobertizo y limpian los caballos en el hipódromo de San Isidro, en las afueras de Buenos Aires, impulsados por el deseo de salir de la pobreza montados en un pura sangre y ganarse la vida como jockeys profesionales.
Su gobierno está basado en un partido de centro-derecha formado por antiguos empresarios y activistas de organizaciones civiles que surgieron tras la crisis de 2001.
Argentine state oil company YPF on Monday signed a 40-year natural gas exploration contract with Bolivian counterpart YPFB for an area with reserves estimated at 2.7 trillion cubic feet.
President Mauricio Macri’s administration is reportedly allocating AR $15,766 million (US $978,427,520) to such projects throughout the year, 46 percent more than what was earmarked in 2016.
Las denuncias de corrupción que rodean a la exmandataria y su círculo han provocado resentimiento entre los ciudadanos que siguen padeciendo la recesión.
The corruption allegations swirling around Mrs. Kirchner and her circle have provoked resentment among a public still smarting from the recession.
On Dec. 19, 2001, De la Rua declared a state of emergency, but the unrest only grew and on the night of Dec. 20, he abandoned the presidential palace by helicopter.
No growth, no votes: An end to a reformist president’s long honeymoon
Venezuela's Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez has tried to gate-crash a Mercosur meeting in Buenos Aires.
Mercosur expulsó el viernes a Venezuela y la cancillería de Caracas sorprendió a muchos al anunciar que desconocería la decisión; pero más allá del berrinche del país petrolero ante una medida que parece no tener remedio
After leaving work, many in Buenos Aires are heading out to have a few drinks with their friends and then paint their own work of art, thanks to the new phenomenon of “Paint Night”
Macri said that the two men also had agreed to push for talks between Mercosur and Canada, as well as bilateral discussions.
Scientists in Argentina are bracing for hard times next year. Later this month, the country’s senate is expected to approve a 2017 budget that would deal a crippling blow to research.
Under the administration of president Mauricio Macri, the relation between Argentina and the US has “entered a new dynamic phase” and somehow those close links could be affected now that the Republican candidate won
Argentina's Human Rights Scecretary Claudio Avruj agreed with Senator Pichetto, saying that “stronger controls” are needed.
Argentine President Mauricio Macri called Friday for an increase in the volume of exports, especially of value-added products, so that what is “made in Argentina reaches the entire world.”
En Argentina, un grupo cada vez más grande y diverso de economistas y políticos muestran preocupación por los niveles inéditos de endeudamiento
Con los ojos grandes y boquiabiertos, los pequeños siguen el cuento que les narra Noelia Garella. Ninguno sabe que ante sí tiene a la primera persona con síndrome de Down que trabaja como maestra de preescolar en Argentina
En medio de un fuerte clima de tensión política, gobierno y oposición de Venezuela acordaron este lunes el inicio del llamado "diálogo nacional" el 30 de octubre en Isla Margarita.
The decision follows the conviction that gradually “we will have a substantial improvement in the economy, with inflation trending lower”
Organizers urge women to stop work and other activities for an hour in Wednesday ‘women’s strike’ following rape and torture of a 16-year-old girl
El presidente argentino Mauricio Macri y su homólogo brasileño Michel Temer trataron el lunes el caso de Venezuela dentro del Mercosur
Nearly one-third of Argentina’s population lives in poverty, the government said in the first official poverty data published in three years, underscoring the difficulty of reaching President Macri’s stated “zero poverty” goal.
Argentina’s largest public sector unions staged a national strike Tuesday to demand pay increases amid rising inflation and higher utility rates that have eaten into workers’ purchasing power.
Argentina’s recession deepened in the second quarter as President Macri’s efforts to implement free-market reform exacerbated an already flagging economy. GDP fell 3.4% from the same period a year earlier
The newly elected presidents of Argentina, Brazil and Peru have new political plans that may mark a shift to the right in Latin America.
Argentine president Mauricio Macri told British Prime Minister Theresa May he was ready to begin an open dialogue on the Falklands/Malvinas sovereignty
Representatives from Argentina’s mining sector conducted on Monday the first seminar for investment projects for Chinese businessmen, with an eye on attracting capital from the world’s second largest economy.