15/11/2017Argentina Reuters Tecnología Eliana Raszewski
Argentina likely will authorize telephone service providers to offer satellite television services as part of their packages by the end of the year, a source at the country’s Enacom telecoms regulator said on Tuesday.
01/11/2017Argentina Daily Mail - Reino Unido Economía Eliana Raszewski
31/10/2017 15:01 - Labor costs in Argentina could fall as much as 35 percent if government reforms aimed at bolstering the economy and attracting investments go into effect, industry groups predict.
21/09/2017Argentina Reuters Economía Eliana Raszewski
Argentina will come to market with two more bond issues this year, Finance Minister Luis Caputo said in remarks at a conference on Wednesday.
07/09/2017Argentina Daily Mail - Reino Unido Economía Eliana Raszewski
Argentine businesses are warning President Mauricio Macri's government that a fiscal reform planned for after October's mid-term election must significantly cut their tax bills even as it strives to preserve government revenues.
01/09/2017Argentina Reuters Economía Eliana Raszewski
Argentina plans to cut energy and transportation subsidies worth 0.6 percent of gross domestic product next year as the government aims to lower the fiscal deficit to 3.2 percent of GDP, a Treasury Ministry official told Reuters on Thursday.
25/08/2017Economía Daily Mail - Reino Unido Economía Regional Eliana Raszewski
Sifon Arevalo praised center-right Argentine President Mauricio Macri's reform efforts since taking office in late 2015 but said he would like to see the fiscal deficit lowered faster in the region's third largest economy.
19/07/2017Argentina Reuters Energía Eliana Raszewski
Argentina's state-run oil firm YPF SA (YPFD.BA), France's Total SA (TOTF.PA), Wintershall Energía SA and BP (BP.L) unit Pan American Energy LLC announced a $1.15 billion joint investment on Tuesday to increase shale gas production.
17/07/2017Argentina Reuters Economía Eliana Raszewski
Argentina's new subsidized mortgage scheme is gathering steam, boosting construction activity and winning over the middle class ahead of mid-term elections in October that will determine the future of President Mauricio Macri's market-friendly agenda.