Monday, February 19, 2018

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By Business Insider

ARGENTINA: Economists Expect 21% Annual Inflation By Year-end - Survey 

Argentina's annual core inflation forecast for the end of 2017 rose by 0.7 percentage point (pp) in November to 21%, according to a monthly survey conducted by the Argentinean central bank. For 2018, analysts estimated a 14.3% annual inflation, from 14% in the previous survey.

Recently, the Argentinean monetary authority gave up of its inflation target for 2017, between...[Read More]


ARGENTINA: Country Places 30-year Bonds For 2.75 Billion Euros

Argentina returned to the European market with the placement of three bonds denominated in euros, including the first 30-year bond for the country in the common currency, for a total of 2.75 billion euros.

The Argentinean bonds' maturity ranges from five to...[Read More]


By Voice of America News

Argentina’s government has decided to ditch a proposed tax on wine after vineyards complained the measure would cripple the industry, the governor of the country’s top wine-making province said on Thursday.

Argentine President Mauricio Macri backed down from a proposed 10 percent tax on wine and increased tax on champagne following a private meeting with...[Read More]

By Buenos Aires Times

Take a look at some of the main economic stories from the week.


The day after President Mauricio Macri outlined the main reform objectives of his administration before a top-level audience, Treasury Minister Nicolás Dujovne presented a comprehensive tax package with far more specific proposals at a press conference on Tuesday. The package aims at...[Read More]

By Los Andes

La ANAC concedió 497 en total. Entre las más destacadas, una empresa podrá conectar a la provincia con Miami.

La Administración Nacional de Aviación Civil (Anac) de Argentina concedió, por un plazo de 15 años, una serie de rutas que conectarán a Mendoza.

Entre las 6 empresas y las 31 rutas que aprobaron se incluye vuelos directos desde Mendoza a Miami, Santiago de Chile y...[Read More]

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