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U.S. military confirms plane crash in Afghanistan, disputes claims it was brought down

27/01 - 17:14 - The U.S. military said on Monday an E-11A aircraft crashed in Afghanistan’s Ghazni province, but disputed claims that the Taliban had brought the military plane down.
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Argentine state energy firm YPF issues debt of $164 million -statement

22/01 - 9:36 - Argentina’s state energy company YPF said it issued debt of $164 million on Wednesday, in a result it said exceeded its expectation.
Argentina Reuters Economía

Argentina swaps $1.66 billion of Treasury bills to ease payment crunch

Argentina’s economy ministry said on Monday it had exchanged Treasury bills with an original face value of 99.6 billion pesos ($1.66 billion) in a debt swap auction to help push back its repayment schedule amid a wider economic crisis.
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Chinese beef importers seek to renegotiate prices for Brazilian shipments

20/01 - 19:35 - Chinese beef importers are seeking to renegotiate prices previously agreed when they closed deals to buy dozens of shipments from Brazil because values are too high, according to a report in the online edition of a local newspaper on Monday.
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IMF chief says interactions with Argentina 'very constructive' so far

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said on Friday the lender has had “very constructive” exchanges with Argentina’s new Peronist government and would do whatever possible to assist the indebted country.
Argentina Reuters Política Económica

Argentine central bank cuts frequency of Leliq auctions to "better control" liquidity

Argentina’s central bank said on Friday that it would adjust how it issues Leliq notes, which currently set the country’s benchmark interest rate, reducing the number of auctions each week and adding longer tenor 14-day notes.
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Bolivia Exiled Ex-President Morales Retracts Call for 'Armed Militias'

A spokesman for Argentina's foreign ministry declined to comment on whether the government had spoken to Morales about his comments.
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Argentine government to float Congress bill to generate oil and gas investment

Argentine President Alberto Fernandez will send a bill to Congress to attract investment for the production of conventional and unconventional hydrocarbons, a spokesman for the presidency told Reuters on Thursday.
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Guatemalan leader says Mexico plans to contain new caravan

15/01 - 17:23 - Guatemala’s new president on Wednesday faced an early test of his ability to manage migration as a caravan of hundreds of people left Honduras for the United States, and said Mexico would halt its progress.
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Argentina's YPF Luz clinches $150 million in loans for windfarm in Santa Cruz

Argentine power generator YPF Luz, a subsidiary of state oil company YPF, said on Tuesday it had clinched $150 million in loans to build a wind farm in Santa Cruz, on the country’s famously breezy southern steppes.
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Argentine bonds drop after Buenos Aires province seeks payment extension

Buenos Aires bonds added to recent losses on Tuesday after the province asked holders for an extension on a more than $250 million payment due later this month, dragging Argentina’s debt lower as well.
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Incoming Guatemalan president to keep country's embassy in Jerusalem

14/01 - 18:40 - Incoming Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei will keep his country’s embassy in Israel in the city of Jerusalem, a spokeswoman said on Tuesday, confirming the move made by his predecessor following pressure by U.S. President Donald Trump.
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Chile charges state oil company with improper fracking in Tierra del Fuego

13/01 - 16:57 - Chile’s environmental regulator on Monday charged state oil company ENAP with improper fracking in Tierra del Fuego, a wild, largely unpopulated region at the southern fringe of the South American continent.
Argentina Reuters Politica Latinoamericana

Argentina's Fernandez sets March 31 deadline to renegotiate debt, says has IMF backing

President Alberto Fernandez said he has set a March 31 deadline to renegotiate Argentina’s rampant public debt and that a more “innovative” International Monetary Fund approves of the direction his government is taking.
Política Reuters Politica Latinoamericana Maximilian Heath

Bolivia exiled ex-president Morales calls on radio for armed militias

Bolivia´s exiled former president Evo Morales on Sunday defended a call he made for the formation of armed groups, a recording of which was leaked on public radio.
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Banco Mundial recorta previsión de crecimiento global por débil comercio e inversión

08/01 - 18:19 - El Banco Mundial recortó el miércoles levemente sus pronósticos de crecimiento mundial para 2019 y 2020 debido a una recuperación más lenta de la esperada del comercio y la inversión, a pesar de la menor tensión entre Estados Unidos y China.
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Al Qaeda ally claims responsibility for Somalia blast that killed 90 people

30/12 - 13:07 - Islamist group al Shabaab on Monday claimed responsibility for a bomb blast in Mogadishu that killed at least 90 people over the weekend while Somalia said a foreign government that it did not identify helped plan the attack.
Argentina Reuters Economía Lisandra Paraguassu

Economías dependientes de Brasil y Argentina intentan superar la desconfianza inicial

23/12 - 15:05 - Pasados pocos días desde la asunción presidencial de Alberto Fernández, el futuro de las relaciones entre Argentina y Brasil -hoy en campos ideológicos opuestos- es una incógnita en muchos aspectos.
Política Reuters Política Internacional Steve Holland

In phone call with Trump, China's Xi says U.S. interfering in internal affairs

20/12 - 12:37 - U.S. President Donald Trump spoke on Friday with Chinese President Xi Jinping and claimed progress on issues from trade to North Korea and Hong Kong, but China said Xi accused the United States of interfering in its internal affairs.
Argentina Reuters Política Económica Cassandra Garrison

Argentina's peso weaker after government postpones short-term debt payments, economic bill moves to Senate

11:56 - Argentina’s peso currency was slightly weaker on Friday, traders said, after the government said it would postpone payments on some short-term debt notes and as a sweeping bill of economic measures was expected to pass in the Senate. es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino