First Lady, Senator and presidential candidate, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is the wealthiest of all presidential hopefuls running for Argentina's Executive seat in Casa Rosada next October 28, reports the Sunday edition of Buenos Aires daily Clarin.
Argentina's poorest, ten per cent of the population live on less than four US dollars per day while on the other extreme half a million households can dispose of 220 US dollars per day according to a report from a private consulting firm released this week.
Grupo Marsans the largest tourism and transport group in Spain announced this week it has ordered 73 Airbus aircraft, including four new A380 Superjumbo, for its Air Comet and Aerolineas Argentinas fleets.
Argentine striking fishermen clashed on Thursday with the police following a rampage against fish processing plants in Mar del Plata. Protestors were trying to convince fellow workers of Argentina's main fishing industry city to join the stoppage.
Hake catches in Argentina are forecasted to be below 300.000 tons since season landings up to the first week of October totaled 210.000 tons. If confirmed this would be the lowest catch since 2003, when landings reached 334.000 tons.
Low unemployment, poor salaries and an overall political hostility climate towards the military in recent years have combined to see the Argentine Armed Forces recruitment fall drastically.
Xunta de Galicia authorities disclosed that the four Galician owned companies located in southern Argentina that were attacked by fishery workers in the midst of violent riots, have not yet recovered labour-wise or economically.
Argentine Senator Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner said if elected president her administration would discard monetarist and neo-liberal solutions to combat any outbreak of inflation, which has become the main campaign issue of those opposing her husband President Nestor Kirchner.
A court in Argentina on Tuesday sentenced a former Roman Catholic police chaplain to life imprisonment for collaborating in murders during the country's military dictatorship. Christian Von Wernich, 69, was convicted for involvement in seven murders, 42 abductions and 31 cases of torture during the 1976-83 Dirty War.
Farmers from Argentina's dairy belt, one of the most productive in the world are considering converting into cereals and oil seeds given the low reference prices imposed by the Argentine government.