November 27, 2014
The Economy Minister said that vulture funds will be more responsible than the government for whatever happens in in January, once the RUFO clause expires. He criticised once again the holdouts creditors for not accepting Argentina’s offers.
US Judge Thomas Griesa has rejected a request by European investors seeking payment on Argentine titles currently blocked in New York, despite an ongoing debt court battle in London.
By Luciana Bertoia
The government and its allies have doubled down on their offensive against Federal Judge Claudio Bonadío as a Kirchnerite senator filed a criminal complaint against the magistrate, accusing him of embezzlement, money laundering and abuse of power.
Train and bus lines were slowly returning to normalise their services following a 3-hour walkout that affected early commuters since 4 am on Thursday. Flights at the Aeroparque Metropolitan airport will begin to take off at around 11 am.• Public transport strike confirmed • Sobrero warns measures will continue • 'Conditions are ripe for exemption claim' • 'We will get year-end bonus no matter what'
“The state has made unprecedented investments (...) and the government calls for understanding because (transport workers) have had improvement in their purchasing power, salary improvements and better working conditions,” the chief of ministers said.
Chubut provincial Justicialist Party (PJ) lawmaker Gustavo Muñiz became the target of criticism yesterday after a picture exploded on social media yesterday that showed him exchanging messages on Tuesday night with a representative from the mining sector as the provincial Legislature was analyzing a bill that originally called for a ban on mining activities.
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By Pablo Suárez‘I choose to make films instead of watching them’
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