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24/05/2016 | 

Argentina posts $332 mln trade surplus in April

Argentina recorded a trade surplus of $332 million in April, the Statistics Office said on Tuesday, after posting a revised $298 million deficit in March and a $202 million surplus in April 2015.

26/05/2016 | 

'Utility rate adjustment in 2016 is over'

Interior Minister Rogelio Frigerio admitted the 400 percent limit imposed on the natural gas rates adjustments in the Patagonian region represents “an important raise” but said “the tariff adjustment in 2016 is over.” He predicted all lawsuits initiated after the hikes “will start falling alone.”

24/05/2016 | 

April's inflation in San Luis reaches 3.4%

Consumer prices in the province of San Luis increased in Aprol reaching 3.4 percent and accumulating a year-on-year rise of 39.3 percent, the provincial Statistics and Census Direction reported this morning.

23/05/2016 | 

2001 riot killings trial: Mathov, Santos sentenced to prison

A federal criminal court this afternoon delivered the verdicts in the long-running trial judging the alleged criminal involvement of the government and security forces in the deaths of dozens of protesters in demonstrations during the final days of the 1999-2001 Fernando De La Rúa administration, when the country was gripped in crisis.

23/05/2016 | 

Panamá Papers: citizens not satisfied with Macri’s explanations

Citizens are not satisfied by the explanations given by President Mauricio Macri and his government officials after the Panamá Papers scandal, a poll elaborated by the Belgrano University showed.

23/05/2016 | 

UCA: There are 10 million people with employment issues

The Social Debt Observatory of the Argentine Catholic Church (UCA) has released a report about the evolution of the job market, saying that since 2010, “more than 10 million people have employment problems,” and adding poverty caused by inflation and a decline of the economic activity, is advancing on informal workers and the lower-middle class.

20/05/2016 | 

Macri confirms he will veto labour bill: 'It will lead to poverty'

During a speech delivered at Cresta Roja factory plant this morning, President Mauricio Macri confirmed he will veto an emergency labour bill passed by the Congress, saying “it will lead Argentines to poverty.”

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