Joined by Buenos Aires province mayors, provincial governors and representatives of the Justicialist Party (PJ), Cristina Kirchner assumed the responsibility of conducting the opposition sector that will challenge the Mauricio Macri administration in the upcoming years.
The head of the Argentine Rural Society Luis Etchevehere could be appointed by president-elect Mauricio Macri to lead the Agriculture Ministry, ámbito.com reported.
Buenos Aires province Cabinet Chief Alberto Pérez today considered the former presidential candidate for the ruling party Daniel Scioli "will play a leading role in politics in the next years.”
Attempting to overcome a history of disputes, president-elect Mauricio Macri held his first meeting with outgoing President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, as the two leaders began discussing how to deal with the complicated handover process.
The outgoing Culture Minister of Buenos Aires City, Hernán Lombardi, will be appointed as the head of the Argentine Radio and Television organization (RTA) next month, president-elect Mauricio Macri announced.
Almost two months after the official deadline, the Buenos Aires City government submitted a 2016 Budget bill to be considered by the Legislature, projecting a 26 percent inflation rate, a 26 percent hike for property tax and an average exchange rate at 12 pesos to the US dollar.
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President-elect Mauricio Macri has denied speculation that his incoming administration plans to summarily suspend export duties on soybeans for 90 days, in what was billed as a move to increase the dwindling foreign currency reserves held by the Central Bank.
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Key players in the world’s finances are at their most optimistic in a long time regarding Argentina’s business possibilities following Mauricio Macri’s win in Sunday’s presidential runoff.
US stocks were little changed today as a barrage of data painted a picture of moderate economic growth, giving Federal Reserve policymakers more to chew on as they consider whether to raise interest rates next month.
French President Francois Hollande said today the United States and France have agreed to step up strikes in Syria and Iraq to target Islamic State militants after the deadly November 13 attacks in Paris.
The Central Bank may soon start getting a significant influx of cash from grain exporters, who have increased their hoarding over the last few weeks with the expectation of higher profitability on the horizon.
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The so called “blue” dollar was dropping two cents to 15.22 pesos, ámbito.com reported. Yesterday, greenbacks in the informal market closed the session on the rise after climbing five cents.