Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner vowed on Saturday to sustain the current economic model which has spurred the greatest growth in a century and if this year confirms the current expansion rate, in Argentina's history.
Argentina's natural gas reserves have dropped dramatically from a 25 years horizon to just 9 years between 2001 and 2005, according to a report from the Nation's General Auditing Office, AGN, covering 1993 to 2006.
Argentina is planning to import, by sea, liquid gas, LNG, in the coming months in an effort to anticipate and contain a repeat of past winters shortages, reports the Friday edition of the Buenos Aires press.
Wildfires raging at a national park in Argentina's Patagonia region since last Sunday are threatening to destroy trees up to thousands of years old and the government has called for residents in the area to evacuate homes and farms.
Buenos Aires health centres have begun to vaccinate against yellow fever in support of a national campaign to prevent the spread of the viral mosquito transmitted disease following serious outbreaks in Brazil and Paraguay, both neighboring countries with Argentina reported Buenos Aires City authorities.
Argentine president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner administration might have mid term energy problems incubating but the latest data indicates that the Argentine economy keeps steaming ahead with increased employment and record industrial production. Trade surplus in January was also unexpectedly high.
Argentina's former economy minister Roberto Lavagna claimed that inflation is round 20% departing from the government line that puts the index of rising prices at 8.5% for 2007.
An estimated 500 ornithologists from Argentina are to meet in San Martín de los Andes, Neuquén, next March 5 to seek ways of promoting bird-watching as a form of tourism.
Argentina is scheduled to host a world birdwatchers conference in September.
A fraud case involving an airline with managers, pilots, stewardesses, cabin crew, mechanics, ground crew, even a passengers complaint office butÃ¢€Â¦which has never taken off nor does it have aircrafts was filed Thursday at the office of an Argentine federal prosecutor in Buenos Aires.
Foreign ministers and envoys from South American and Arab countries meeting in Buenos Aires vowed Thursday to increase cooperation and trade, while pledging to bolster Middle East security.