Under the title Corruption in Argentina; More brouhaha for the government the prestigious British magazine The Economist publishes a thrashing report about the current political situation in Argentina and the Kirchners future.
The Argentine Supreme Court threw out a 1989 presidential pardon Friday that absolved a former army general of alleged human rights abuses during Argentina's dictatorship.
Argentina in the midst of its worst energy shortage in decades launched Friday the announced Total Energy program which basically subsidizes oil corporations liquid fuels sales to industry with the purpose of ensuring the supply of gas to home consumers.
Argentina?s First Lady and presidential candidate Cristina Kirchner said that in current times Latinamerican leaders ?look more like their voters? and as a political leader ?we?re more modest, and humbly dream we can change the country and the region?.
Argentina is looking to increase its exports of high-quality chilled beef into the UK by up to 20 percent over the next year.
Patagonian province Chubut passed a new General maritime fishing bill to regulate fishing activities which also contemplates long term fishing licences subject to development projects by the beneficiaries.
Argentine President Nestor Kirchner's administration involved in a dispute with Uruguay over the construction of a pulp mill, rejected Tuesday a request from pickets to ban the sale of wood to Uruguay and remove the country's ambassador in Montevideo.
Argentina suspended Wednesday natural gas shipments to neighbouring Chile to ensure domestic supplies as one of the coldest winters in recent history grips Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and the south of Brazil.
A week after Argentina's First Lady Cristina Kirchner was confirmed as the government's candidate for the October presidential election, several public opinion polls show her vote intention rating on the rise and closing in on that of her husband President Nestor Kirchner. But there are also surprising replies about the president's political comeback project for 2011.
Argentina has no excuse to avoid repaying private German sovereign bond holders who lost out in the worst sovereign debt collapse in modern history, Germany's top court said Friday.