On a national level, we’re going to multiply our size in the country by 6 percent within 5 years, and we’ll go from 400 to 2400 people, of which 900 will be in Mendoza. At the level of investment, only in salaries, in 5 years we would be talking about more than 200,000,000 dollars throughout country, which in Mendoza would mean around 75,000,000 dollars. In addition, there would exist new departments/areas, some that will serve the region of America, and others only Argentina.
Cabinet Chief Marcos Peña announced today that President Mauricio Macri decided to pick Fernando Oris de Roa, director of Expofrut S.A., to be Argentina’s new ambassador in the United States. @mauriciomacri designó a Fernando Oris de Roa como embajador argentino ante los Estados Unidos. — Marcos Peña (@marquitospena) 3 de noviembre de 2017 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js … Continue reading Macri Picks Fernando Oris de Roa as New Argentine Ambassador to the US
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.
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.
Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri inaugurated the refurbishing works of the International Airport in Mendoza.