The Argentina firm joins the ranks of the international producers authorised to enter the Asian country's market.
Victory Front pushes forward with two projects aimed at reshaping the scenario in view of next year's presidential campaign.
Charged with killing his first wife, he claims it is all a US conspiracy to silence him for what he saw as a Ground Zero videographer on 9/11
Argentina's president was airlifted from Rio Gallegos to Buenos Aires late on Friday with a broken ankle. But is the Government concealing a more serious health problem?
Argentine and Anglo-saxon rock music should break down barriers. Local member of Legislative Assembly calls for 'no unruly behaviour'
Critics agree only the segment where the crew is chased and thrown stones at by angry Argentines has some 'action'. The rest is the usual Top Gear travelogue.
Putin reportedly offered them in exchange for beef and wheat during his last trip to Buenos Aires. 'Sunday Express' cites UK defence sources.
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner airlifted to Buenos Aires clinic late Friday. Presidential Medical Unit confirms it's a fracture, not a sprain, as it had been assumed at first .
When filming in Patagonia, the BBC crew and host Jeremy Clarkson were forced to leave the country after locals saw their cars' license plates, which were deemed 'provocative'.
The CEO of the state-owned oil company YPF Miguel Galuccio has assured that 2014 “was an exceptional year” in terms of growth and investment. He pointed out that every goal for the year had been achieved.