Argentina's monthly inflation in November reached 2.5% for an accumulated 45.4% so far this year and 51.2% in the last twelve months, it was announced Tuesday in Buenos Aires by the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (Indec).
The Government of Argentina and the local pharmaceutical companies have agreed to freeze the price of medications until Jan. 7, 2022, the Health Ministry and the Domestic Trade Secretariat announced Monday.
Argentina's Domestic Trade Secretary, Roberto Felettil Tuesday hinted the Government may advance on imposing some sort of cap on the price of medication, which has sparked reactions from laboratories.
Argentina's newly-appointed Domestic Trade Secretary Roberto Feletti Thursday announced authorities would closely monitor compliance on the part of retailers regarding 1,247 food and other basic items made available at affordable prices until January 7, 2022.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Saturday reassigned Domestic Trade Secretary Paula Español to other duties within the Interior Ministry and chose former National Deputy Roberto Feletti to replace her, it was announced.
Members of the Argentina's congressional bicameral commission investigating HSBC alleged illegal scheme to help Argentines evade taxes and siphon money out of the country, met in Paris with a group of French legislators and with UBS whistleblower Stéphanie Gibaud.
Argentina will move forward with its investigation of the HSBC offshore accounts in Switzerland, and will make public the names of those Argentine citizens and organizations that held money overseas in the financial entity, allegedly with the purpose of eluding local taxes.
For Argentina, Brazil is a “decisive partner” in addressing the negative effects of the world economic crisis which has hit the United States and the European Union, said on Monday Argentina’s Deputy Economy minister Roberto Feletti.
Argentina has the ability to sustain its economic growth amid a slowdown in the global economy, thanks to domestic demand and trade with other South American nations, said Deputy Economy Minister Roberto Feletti.
Washington's decision to vote against loans for Argentina from multilateral development banks “will not affect the country's funding for 2012”, an Argentine government source said on Wednesday.