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.
According to the International Labor Organization (ILO), one in five Latin American youth (19.6 percent) are now unsuccessfully seeking work — up from 14 percent between 2012 and 2014.
Argentina has a great chance to benefit from the bright future of lithium.
New beef and agribusiness technologies could provide the industries with a major boost.
In contrast to 2017’s Hamburg chaos, by 2 PM Saturday all G20 leaders had signed a joint communique. However, a closer look at it shows little agreement, least of all on this year’s central issue: climate change.
Now that the initial waves of ease and fruition have ceased, it’s time to take a closer look at the numbers and sectors most affected by the proposed austerity measures.
As Argentina works through the implications of the largest IMF deal in the institution’s history, the Macri administration will attempt to balance painful new policies with hopes for political continuity.