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Argentina-Brazil patch up on trade, look to Europe deal

05 Dec 2013

BUENOS AIRES Argentina's recent Cabinet shuffle has smoothed trade friction between South America's two largest economies and clears the way for a united proposal for free trade with the European Union, Brazilian Trade Minister Fernando Pimentel said on Thursday.

Argentina-Brazil patch up on trade, look to Europe deal

05 Dec 2013

BUENOS AIRES Argentina's recent Cabinet shuffle has smoothed trade friction between South America's two largest economies and clears the way for a united proposal for free trade with the European Union, Brazilian Trade Minister Fernando Pimentel said on Thursday.

Argentina-Brazil patch up on trade, look to Europe deal

05 Dec 2013

BUENOS AIRES, Dec 5 Argentina's recent Cabinet shuffle has smoothed trade friction between South America's two largest economies and clears the way for a united proposal for free trade with the European Union, Brazilian Trade Minister Fernando Pimentel said on Thursday.

Cabinet switch buttresses Argentina's left-leaning economic model

20 Nov 2013

BUENOS AIRES President Cristina Fernandez's new Cabinet picks this week confirmed a deepening of Argentina's left-leaning economic model rather than a policy switch needed to confront escalating inflation and dwindling foreign currency reserves.

Cabinet switch buttresses Argentina's left-leaning economic model

20 Nov 2013

BUENOS AIRES President Cristina Fernandez's new Cabinet picks this week confirmed a deepening of Argentina's left-leaning economic model rather than a policy switch needed to confront escalating inflation and dwindling foreign currency reserves.

Cabinet switch buttresses Argentina's left-leaning economic model

19 Nov 2013

BUENOS AIRES President Cristina Fernandez's new Cabinet picks this week confirmed a deepening of Argentina's left-leaning economic model rather than a policy switch needed to confront escalating inflation and dwindling foreign currency reserves.

Cabinet switch buttresses Argentina's left-leaning economic model

19 Nov 2013

BUENOS AIRES President Cristina Fernandez's new Cabinet picks this week confirmed a deepening of Argentina's left-leaning economic model rather than a policy switch needed to confront escalating inflation and dwindling foreign currency reserves.

Cabinet switch buttresses Argentina's left-leaning economic model

19 Nov 2013

BUENOS AIRES President Cristina Fernandez's new Cabinet picks confirmed a deepening of Argentina's left-leaning economic model rather than a policy switch needed to confront escalating inflation and dwindling foreign currency reserves.

Cabinet switch buttresses Argentina's left-leaning economic model

19 Nov 2013

BUENOS AIRES President Cristina Fernandez's new Cabinet picks confirmed a deepening of Argentina's left-leaning economic model rather than a policy switch needed to confront escalating inflation and dwindling foreign currency reserves.

Argentina's Supreme Court upholds controversial media law

29 Oct 2013

BUENOS AIRES Argentina's Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a controversial media law that government proponents applauded as an effort to reduce market concentration but opponents viewed as state meddling aimed at quieting dissent.

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