President Mauricio Macri got an unexpected show of support in a primary election Sunday, boosting the Argentine peso and local stocks on hopes that his government will push forward with plans to overhaul the country’s economy.Leer Más "Argentine President Macri’s Coalition Gets Strong Support in Primary Election"
US vice-president Mike Pence arrived in Buenos Aires last night before a busy day deepening the bilateral relationship between Argentina and the United States. His visit is just one stop in Pence’s tour of Latin America; on Sunday in Colombia, he promised to secure American borders and assured the region that the US would seek a peaceful resolution to the Venezuelan crisis rather than a military intervention.Leer Más "Mike Pence is in Buenos Aires and is Meeting with Macri Today"
In Mendoza they were laid the foundations for an agreement between Mercosur and the Alliance of the PacíficoLeer Más "Alliance of the Pacífico"
While earlier today it seemed like the Mercosur’s permanent members were going to issue a warning against Venezuela to suspend the Constitutional Assembly called by Nicolas Maduro, the bloc’s final statement had a language that was less harsh and more diplomatic than the one the Argentine government advocated for.Leer Más "Mercosur Summit Final Statement"
The goal of the plan, launched by the Government of Mendoza, is to motivate the business sector to make investments that will generate legitimate employment.Leer Más "Promotion Program for Strategic Investment"
Japan is the last country in the nine-day tour that already took him and the convoy to the United Arab Emirates and China.Leer Más "President Macri Arrives In Tokyo, The Last Stop On The Asian Tour"
BEIJING (Reuters) — India didn’t show up. North Korea did, to the annoyance of the United States. And Pyongyang threatened to steal the show by firing a ballistic missile that landed less than 100 km from Russia. Despite the distractions, China stuck to the script at the first major summit dedicated to its new “Silk […]Leer Más "China sticks to script at ‘Silk Road’ summit"