April 17, 2014

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Judge order to maintain subte fare at 4.50 pesos appealed

Buenos Aires City lawmaker Alejandro Bodart (MST-New Left) has appealed Judge Elena Liberatori’s order to maintain the subte fare at 4.50 pesos, asking for the tariff to go back at 3.50 pesos until “the real cost structure of the service is clarified.”

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Girl rescued in City after 9 year captivity

City authorities have rescued a teenage girl who was held captive for nine years in a garage next to a dog and a monkey by her legal guardians, worshippers of “San la Muerte”, or the saint of death.

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Chinese-owned supermarkets to join the Price Watch programme within ten days

Within ten days, Chinese-owned supermarkets will join the Price Watch programme, including 122 goods.

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Victory Front MPs submit bill to regulate street protests

The Victory Front Lower House caucus has submitted a bill to regulate street protests in a move that seeks to “guarantee and reinforce” the rights of citizens forced to deal with roadblocks and traffic chaos. The project bans the carrying of weapon by security forces during demonstrations too.

16/04/2014 | 

'La Cámpora will be part of next ruling political generation'

Kirchnerite activists that shape up the La Cámpora organization have become the target of a “permanent stigmatizing campaign,” the cabinet chief has said rejecting media versions that alluded to power battles among the leaders of the pro-government group.

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US dollar steady at 8.01 pesos, 'blue' at 10.40

A day ahead of the beginning of the Easter holidays, the US dollar was trading steady in Buenos Aires City main foreign exchange offices and banks at 7.96 pesos for buyers and 8.01 pesos for sellers.

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Gov't sees 'declining prices,' warns 'no deadline' in tax debate

Following yesterday’s announcement that the CPI consumers’ price index hit 2.6 percent in March, Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich defended the new method to calculate economic data and estimated a “declining trend" in prices for the future.

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Labour bill aims at 28% of informal jobs for 2015

The Kirchnerism-sponsored labour market bill aims at dropping unregistered jobs to 28 percent in 2015 following a personal “conviction” of President CFK, the head of ministers has stated.

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