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Agreement with China: the traps of urgency

El Cronista Thursday, January 29, 2015 By José Ignacio de Mendiguren, Secretary of the Argentine Industrial Union and national Deputy To retrace the path of the current negotiations with China reflects a recurring problem in our history: the consolidation of a development model that allows Argentina to overcome bottlenecks in the short term. Today, our […]

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Last year, industry had its worst decline since the crisis of 2002

La Nacion Saturday, January 24, 2015 By Francisco Jueguen | LA NACION As a corollary of the economic recession, the shortage of hard currency and lower international demand, domestic industry deepened its negative results last year and recorded its worst annual decline since 2002. With this setback, one of the most important sectors of the […]

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“The death was before dinner time,” said the prosecutor investigating the death of Alberto Nisman

La Nacion January 19, 2015 While the results of the autopsy are awaited, which began this morning on the body of Alberto Nisman, the prosecutor investigating the case gave out some details about the death of the man who was investigating the AMIA case. “The death was before dinner time,” prosecutor Viviana Fein told the […]

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AMIA: Cristina is accused of covering for the Iranians and investigation is requested

Clarin Thursday, January 15, 2015 By Nicolás Pizzi In a move that is unprecedented, prosecutor Alberto Nisman yesterday accused President Cristina Kirchner of leading a “sophisticated criminal plan” to cover up for the Iranian citizens accused of being the ideological authors of the attack on the AMIA. The move, according to reports from judicial sources, […]

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No carnal relations for lack of carne?

La Nacion Monday, January 12, 2015 By Jorge Oviedo | LA NACION Cristina Kirchner has no doubts about trying to further deepen the unequal relationship with China and is preparing a new summit of heads of government. Will there not be carnal relations, as euphemistically christened by then-Foreign Minister Guido Di Tella for the dealings […]

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