After Thursday's announcement of a large-scale cabinet reshuffle at Casa Rosada, the administration of President Alberto Fernández also announced the new destinations of the departing officials.
Argentina's Productive Development Minister Daniel Scioli is taking center stage this week as he leaves Wednesday for Sao Paulo on a mission to overcome the sustained trade deficit between his country and Brazil, where he has served as Ambassador up until last month when he was summoned to Buenos Aires to replace Matías Kulfas.
Argentina's Productive Development Minister Daniel Scioli has been delivered an investment plan by automaker Renault with which the company intends to boost its presence in the country and help reactivate the economy.
Argentina's Productive Development Minister Daniel Scioli has announced he would step in to curb speculative imports and stop those who take advantage of the existing dual exchange rate between the local peso and the US dollar.
Former Vice President Daniel Scioli was sworn in Wednesday as Argentina's new Minister of Productive Development, following the dismissal of Matías Kulfas earlier this month. Before his new appointment, Scioli was Argentina's Ambassador to Brasilia.
Former Argentine Vice President and current Ambassador to Brazil Daniel Scioli has been picked to replace Productive Development Minister Matías Kulfas, after President Alberto Fernández acquiesced to Cristina Fernández de Kirchner's advice to use the pen.
Argentina's Ambassador Daniel Scioli Wednesday highlighted the integration process with Brazil and the current relationship between South America's two largest countries, which will “together guarantee food and energy for the region.”
Argentina's Ambassador to Brazil Daniel Scioli has embarked on a trade mission seeking to expand the number of products to be exported to that country. For that purpose, over 600 business meetings are to take place, according to Buenos Aires' daily Ámbito.
Brazil on Tuesday defended its decision to allow British military aircraft flying to the Falkland Island to call at Brazilian airports, landings that annoyed Argentina. The complaint is not new, and Brazilian policy under different governments over the years has been one of accepting those calls.
Argentina's Ambassador to Brazil Daniel Scioli has filed a note expressing his country's concern over British military aircraft stopping en route to the Falkland Islands.