Monday, February 19, 2018

Monday, Feb


Wall Street's bulls are rushing to the land of gauchos: Argentina. Their return marks a sharp comeback in confidence for one of the world's worst economies.

Larry Fink says he "came away more confident than ever" on Argentina after spending two days in New York this month with the nation's leaders. Fink is the CEO of...[Read More]

By Daily Mail

Argentina cut taxes on electronics products in a bid to lower consumer prices, the government said in its official gazette on Wednesday, after reaching a deal with companies and workers in the southern manufacturing hub of Tierra del Fuego.

The action eliminates the 6.5 percent tax on electronics produced in the remote island province effective immediately and lowers taxes on such products manufactured elsewhere to 10.5 percent, from...[Read More]


La actividad económica creció 3,8% en septiembre último en forma interanual y acumuló en los primeros nueve meses del año un alza del 2,5%, con siete períodos consecutivos en suba, informó este jueves el INDEC.

El Estimador Mensual de Actividad Económica (EMAE) que difundió el organismo registró en septiembre contra agosto pasado una leve suba del...[Read More]

By Reuters

Argentina will deliver a bond totaling 80 billion pesos ($4.57 billion) at 6 percent interest maturing in 10 years to most of its provinces (except San Luis), after reaching a deal to lower provinces’ fiscal deficits, Treasury Minister Nicolas Dujovne said on Thursday.

As part of the deal, nearly all of the 24 provinces agreed not to...[Read More]

By Fresh Plaza

Argentina will implement the Sterile Insect Technique, which contemplates demonstration releases of sterile insects that do not generate offspring once they mate with wild females, thus eventually eradicating the fruit fly in the area.
The National Service for Agricultural Food Health and Quality (SENASA), through the National Program for the Control and Eradication of Fruit Fly of Northeastern Argentina (PROCEM NEA), and the Association of Blueberry Producers of the Mesopotamia Argentina (APAMA) made the first releases of male sterile flies for the control of Ceratitis capitata, better known as the Mediterranean Fly, in the province of...[Read More]

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