Over the last few days, a political decision within the administration seems to have emerged: simply sticking to the scheduled cuts won’t do.
Household income figures released last week by the INDEC statistics bureau showed that income dropped for all social strata over the last quarter, but did so more strongly for the poorest, meaning that income inequality also grew during that time period.
The Central Bank has been holding down the Argentine peso’s fort while it waits for fresh US dollars to come from a new tranche of IMF loans and a potentially record-breaking grain harvest.
Joblessness rose almost two percentage points in the last quarter of 2018 when compared to the same period of 2017, reaching a 9.1 percent rate
Why the weakness seen these days in the Argentine peso could only be the beginning of a much larger decline
The Essential sat down with the presidential candidate who calls for a radical transformation of Argentina’s economy
CEO praises Macri's policy and dismisses comparisons with Europe, where the sector is struggling
There is still a long way to go to attract investment, especially from abroad.
As the curtain falls on a disastrous 2018 for Argentina, analysts are keeping an avid watch on everything from international bonds to agricultural production to sound out what 2019 could bring.
Argentina’s pension system is a complex but crucial element to understanding social benefits and fiscal stability in Argentina.