November 20, 2014
Cabinet chief Jorge Capitanich condemned the announcement by opposition lawmakers who said they would not support the appointment of a new Supreme Court justice.
Cabinet chief Jorge Capitanich reitereated the government’s willingness to dialogue and asked workers for “understanding.”• Caló to ask for meeting with CFK
Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich headed today the government’s central rally to commemorate the country’s Sovereignty Day that marks the 169th anniversary of the Obligado Battle.
The informal rate of the US currency fell five cents to 13.50 pesos today, in a quiet market amid government inspections in underground foreign exchange houses in downtown Buenos Aires.
By Federico Poore
Telecommunication companies will not be allowed to provide satellite TV services and cooperatives will receive special funds that will help them compete with big players.
Several trade unions of Buenos Aires province public workers have joined the 24-hour strike called by anti-government CTA labour union lead by Pablo Micheli, with a rally to Plaza de Mayo Square.
UTA transport union Secretary General Roberto Fernández urged the government to make “good decisions” to avoid a general strike that threatens to paralise transportation services nationwide.
Soccer — South American Cup Semifinal preview
By Dan Edwards
By Luciana Bertoia
Vicente Massot, the owner of the ultra-conservative daily La Nueva Provincia, is scheduled to appear today for the second time in the year to be questioned as a suspect of crimes against humanity committed during the last dictatorship.
Michael Soltys / Senior Editor / Economic Outlook
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By Melinda Wenner Moyer