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  • Monday, August 14th 2017 - 07:13 UTC

    Opportunities to strengthen the UK-Argentina relationship

    Ambassador Kent underlined the rich bilateral relationship and the great momentum during the past year, reflected in the September joint statement. (Pic TN)

    By British Ambassador Mark Kent (*) A few days ago I completed my first year as British Ambassador to Argentina. During this time, I have had the fortune to meet the people of the country, visit some of its cities, try its food, attend events and learn about its way of life.

  • Thursday, August 3rd 2017 - 06:50 UTC

    Hammond and Macri agree to expand trade, investment and building closer links

    President Macri and Chancellor at the Olivos residence

    Argentine president Mauricio Macri received on Wednesday Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond, who had anticipated the purpose of the visit was to deepen UK-Argentine economic partnership and address political issues of common interest, such as the 2018 G20 summit and Argentina's aspiration to join OECD.

  • Wednesday, August 2nd 2017 - 07:33 UTC

    Hammond begins round of trade and political talks in Argentina

    Hammond is scheduled to meet ministers of economy, finance, foreign affairs, and with president Mauricio Macri

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer begins on Wednesday a round of trade, investment and political contacts in Argentina, following a two day visit to Brazil, as part of a tour of South America's biggest economy. It will be the most important visit of a British cabinet minister in over sixteen years to Argentina.

  • Tuesday, August 1st 2017 - 06:25 UTC

    Hammond arrives in Argentina on trade mission; scheduled to meet Macri

    Hammond is scheduled to meet president Mauricio Macri, Economy minister Nicolas Dujovne, Finance minister Luis Caputo and foreign minister Jorge Faurie.

    Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is scheduled to arrive in Buenos Aires Tuesday evening following a two day business promotion visit to Brazil. It will be the first time a leading UK cabinet minister sets foot in Argentina in sixteen years; the last was when ex Prime Minister Tony Blair met ex president Fernando De la Rua in the Iguazu falls in 2001.