Last October 1st, The Essential organized a debate panel at American University, in Washington DC, to discuss the present and future of Argentina's politics and economy.
Devaluation and a skilled workforce open up room for growth in an industry that starred since the 2001 crisis
Obligations with bondholders in the coming quarters make renegotiation inevitable given the country's dollar scarcity
Friendly approach to bondholders could prove hard to sustain, as IMF and multiple economists see losses as inevitable
UCR victory lifted spirits, but President's "Yes We Can" campaign tour is mostly aimed at keeping the base rallied up
Resumption of relations "may have to wait a while", the Fund said, crushing hopes of coming disbursements
Estimates on GDP growth, inflation and the exchange rate have been consistently over-optimistic in the last decade
Social movements take to the streets despite Macri and Fernández's wishes, as poverty and unemployment continue to rise
Buyers try to hold on to high prices amid plunge in sales, as credit crunch and devaluation hit sector
Accusations of authoritarianism and anti-capitalism have abounded in the campaign. What do the records show?