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Tag : Cristina Fernández de Kirchner

Economy

Argentina sues and suspends Citibank

The reason is the bank’s exit from its bond custody business Kamilia Lahrichi April 14, 2015: The Argentine left-wing government is suing in local courts Citibank Argentina, the country’s 12th largest bank by deposits and a subsidiary of Citigroup, for exiting its bond custody business, Economy Minister Axel Kicillof said on April 8, 2015, in...
Economy

Thousands of Argentines take to the streets

Lambast President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner for mysterious death of a prosecutor Kamilia Lahrichi February 20, 2015: Some 400,000 Argentines flooded the streets of the capital under a torrential rain on February 18 to commemorate the mysterious death of a prosecutor a month ago and lambast the president, who is suspected to be involved in...
Economy

Argentina’s electoral campaign kicks off

Six presidential pre-candidates spelled out their political and economic program during Industry Day on September 1 in Buenos Aires Kamilia Lahrichi September 3, 2014: More than one year ahead of Argentina’s general elections in October 2015, six presidential pre-candidates spelled out their political and economic program during Industry Day on September 1 in Buenos Aires....
Economy

Poverty keeps growing in Buenos Aires as Argentina wakes up in default

Major setback for a country already suffering from devaluation of the peso, rampant inflation, slow growth, falling wages and widespread poverty Kamilia Lahrichi August 25, 2014: Standard & Poor’s decision to declare Argentina on “selective default” on July 30th is a disaster for Argentinians. The New York Court of Appeals condemned the South American nation...
Economy

WTO rules against Argentina’s protectionism

Says South American country’s import restrictions breach global trade rules Kamilia Lahrichi August 25, 2014: International pressure on Argentina is increasing as the World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled on August 22 that the South American country’s import restrictions breach global trade rules. The 170-page ruling sided with the European Union, the United States and Japan...