November 25, 2014
The anti-government CGT splinter leader and teamster’s union secretary Hugo Moyano stated that workers will receive a year-end bonus “no matter what” and renewed his demands for the government to exempt annual complementary salaries from the income tax.
After refusing to apologise to Argentina over a Top Gear episode filmed in Argentina considered “offensive” by the government, the BBC has taken the controversy to the next level, deciding to air the episode in the network’s prime-time Christmas slot.• Gov't renews claims for Top Gear incident
Cabinet chief Jorge Capitanich reiterated his accusations against the Judiciary for “active coup-mongering” following the recent judicial raids at the Hotesur company owned by President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.
By Federico Poore
Takes aim at federal judge Bonadío
By Aoife & Stephanie Bodoni
The US dollar rose one cent to 8.54 pesos in Buenos Aires City banks and foreign exchange offices. Meanwhile, the so called "blue" dollar fell to 13.35 pesos.
By George NelsonAdvocating experimental cinema in BA
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Sebastián Crismanich, taekwondo athlete
By Gabriela Padín Losada