The best schools of economy in Latin America are in Argentina, according with the research of AmericaEconomía. The 2009 ranking of the best schools of economy in the region measured three dimensions: actions in the support of social labor, the size in the number of graduates and the professional success reached by its more outstanding […]
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Many remember Raul Alfonsín, the first democratic elected president of Argentina after the military regime. He governed his country between 1983 and 1989 and faced the difficult time of reestablishing democracy in the Austral country. Today the Argentinians said adiós in the National Congress and he will have his last dwelling in Recoleta Cemetery, at […]
Even if countries like Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Peru have presented big programs to cushion the world recession, it will not be enough to the strong 2009 effects on the regional economies, suggested Standard & Poor’s (S&P).
A resume of the most important news in Latin America by 2008.
The Argentinian tax system is the responsible of the delay in the development of the biggest gold projects, said the Chilean goverment. Pascua Lama is a gold source among the two South American countries that is currently under the Canadian firm Barrick Gold Corp. Diferences among Argentina and Chile in what is the tax system […]
Colombia and Argentina cry for Fanny Mickey, a charismatic woman, who was able to lead one of the most important artistic events of the Americas, the Ibero-American Festival of Theatre of Bogotá. She passed away last 16 of August in the World Capital of Salsa, Cali, but Bogotá disputed with the third largest Colombian city […]
By Sports Network — The Sports Network Argentina suffered its first loss in World Cup qualifying on Tuesday as they were knocked off 2-1 by Colombia. Argentina’s Carlos Tevez was sent off just 25 minutes into the game, but the club still took a 1-0 lead before halftime through a Lionel Messi goal. However, the […]