The Times - Reino Unido
03/10/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Política Internacional Roger Boyes
China’s growing influence in South America is a threat to stability that the US cannot ignore
02/10/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Malvinas Lucy Fisher
CONSERVATIVE CONFERENCE Gavin Williamson threatens to block EU satellite bases from British ¿territories
A Galileo satellite is launched from Kourou, French Guiana: the system will rely partly on dishes and boosters located on British overseas territories Gavin Williamson has threatened to block the EU from using UK overseas territories for a major satellite system if Britain is locked out of it after Brexit.
26/09/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Economía James Dean
Luis Caputo, above, resigned for “personal reasons”, and will be replaced by Guido Sandlerise
24/09/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Malvinas
Experts say the phasing out of a key radar system risks leaving the navy with little warning of attack from missiles
11/09/2018Economía The Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Tabby Kinder
The renowned investor Mark Mobius is seeking to raise up to £400 million to list an investment trust in London to take advantage of a “phenomenal opportunity” in emerging markets.
10/09/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Malvinas Tim Shipman
Documents on his sex life drawn up by May’saides
10/09/2018Economía The Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional
Central banks’ response to the events of a decade ago may have lit the fuse for a new crash, writes Tommy Stubbington.
06/09/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Economía Katherine Griffiths
The case surrounds a dispute over the nationalisation of the country’s biggest oil producer by the government of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner
17/08/2018Economía The Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Ed Conway
This may not be a 2008-style crisis but no one should be complacent about the City’s exposure
17/08/2018Economía The Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional
The US holds the upper hand in the dispute with Turkey because the latter’s current account deficit has to be funded by international investors. The US president can spook these into reducing their positions in Turkey, which would deliver an economic shock. But since the Asian crisis of 1997, there has been a sea-change in the way countries respond to economic shocks, which could mean the US ends up losing the dispute in the long term.
16/08/2018Economía The Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Erik Britton
In his 1994 paper, Democracy and Growth, Robert Barro found that increasing political freedom (shorthand: democracy) leads to stronger growth for countries that start with low levels of freedom. But for countries with middle levels of freedom or more, it may lead to slower growth. For these, causation flows in the other direction: stronger growth leads to more democracy and weaker growth to less democracy.
13/08/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Economía Hugo Cox
You will soon be able to invest in these two risky emerging markets. We assess the potential for boom —or bust
06/07/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Malvinas
Rockhopper Exploration discovered oil off the Falklands eight years ago
07/06/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Deportes Anshel Pfeffer
The cancellation of a football friendly between Israel and Argentina has prompted calls for Israel’s sports minister to resign and a police investigation into the “politicisation” of football.
16/05/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Economía Robert Miller
The economic crisis engulfing Argentina could be the “tip of the iceberg in emerging markets”, according to a trade group of financial institutions.
09/05/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Economía
President Macri’s attempts to revive the ailing Argentine economy have been marked by protests as workers lost their jobs. Argentina has requested an emergency credit line from the International Monetary Fund after a series of dramatic interventions failed to stop the markets selling off the peso.
08/05/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Economía Regional Emily Gosden
Interest rates were raised to 40 per cent at the end of last week to defend the currency Argentina’s embattled peso is set for a turbulent week of trading after its central bank dramatically raised interest rates to 40 per cent to try to shore up the currency.
03/05/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Malvinas
Former captain Andy Legg on how a plan to blow up Argentine jets armed with Exocet missiles went awry
25/04/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Economía Emily Gosden
Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to offload its refining and marketing business in Argentina to its Brazilian joint venture for $950 million.
12/04/2018Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Recursos Naturales
Batteries have become big business in the fight against climate change, increasingly used for storing the electricity generated by renewable energy and to power electric cars, in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas pollution