Over 619,000 foreign travelers reached Argentina in the month of April, thus setting a YoY increase of 105.2%, a historical record for this month, according to the latest report of the National Directorate of Markets and Statistics of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports.Add your comment!
Argentine star Lionel Messi will continue his professional footballing career in the United States, playing for Inter Miami, it was announced Wednesday.Add your comment!
The Argentina citrus industry expects processing for mandarin and the Clementine variety to very soon begin exports to the United States. Jose Carbonell president of the Argentine Citrus Federation, Fedecitrus, was optimistic about the options of a new market.Add your comment!
The World Bank foresees a 1.2% growth this year for the Brazilian economy and a 2% contraction for that of Argentina, it was reported Tuesday.Add your comment!
Banco Itaú is planning to close its operations in Argentina and is already in negotiations with Banco Macro S.A. for a buy-over, it was reported in Buenos Aires Tuesday.Add your comment!
All charges against Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK) have been dismissed in the money laundering case known as La Ruta del Dinero K (The K Money Route).1 comment
Argentina's seven bases in Antarctica have joined the National Health Surveillance System (SNVS), a joint initiative between the Ministries of Health and Defense to improve the capacity for early detection and effective and timely response to public health risks, it was reported.Add your comment!
Argentina's Association of Automotive Manufacturers (Adefa) announced Monday that output reached 53,282 units in May, (14.8% more than in the same month of 2022), while exports grew by over 13% in the same period.1 comment
The board of the BRICS-led New Development Bank (NDB) will hold a vote for the incorporation of Argentina in August, the entity’s president Dilma Rousseff told Argentina's Economy Minister Sergio Massa currently in China with a numerous delegation in search of money for an almost depleted Central Bank8 comments
Thousands of Argentine women marched Saturday through the streets of Buenos Aires and other cities nationwide in the now traditional Ni Una Menos (Not one [woman] less) demonstration against gender violence and femicides.Add your comment!