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Equinor wins seven exploration blocks offshore Argentina

Norwegian energy giant Equinor has added seven offshore exploration blocks to its portfolio after presenting winning bids in the first Offshore licensing round in Argentina. Equinor submitted the winning bids for five blocks as operator.


Argentina's Mauricio Macri has the country in a "Macrisis"

Argentine President Mauricio Macri came to office as a pragmatic businessman who was going to save Argentina's government and economy from socialism. As this year's presidential election approaches, socialism isn't looking so bad.


Rick Scott to Visit Panama, Colombia, Argentina Focused on Venezuela

As chaos continues to plague Venezuela, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., will hit three Latin American nations next week. Scott announced on Friday that he will go to Panama, Colombia and Argentina next week.


Argentina’s secret aquamarine beaches hidden in Rio Negro, Patagonia

While South America has some of the most diverse natural landscapes in the world, among the greatest draws to the continent’s distinguished natural beauty are its beaches. Splayed along the Pacific, Atlantic, and Carribean coastlines, the most recognizable South American beaches are in Brazil, Colom


Global Silage Bags Market Insights 2019-2024: RKW Groups (Germany), Ipesa – Rio Chico S.A. (Argentina), The Panama Group (India) and Silo Bags India (India)

Global Silage Bags Market report presents the up to date and useful market insights stating the product definition, product type, and variety of applications. The study of Silage Bags market players which contributes to the major market share satisfying the customer demands keeping up with the innov


Argentina’s Macri freezes prices of basic goods and public services

Buenos Aires (AFP) – Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri announced a freeze in the price of basic goods and public services on Wednesday in a bid to limit the impact of spiralling inflation that could hamper his re-election hopes in October.


Argentina Central Bank’s Inability to Stop Inflation is Forcing People to Bitcoin

As Argentina’s inflation rate skyrockets to its highest level since 1992, people are increasingly turning to Bitcoin as an alternative. Argentina’s central bank already tightened monetary policy three times in the last month, and inflation is still accelerating at a rate of nearly 55 percent. Bloomb


Gouchos and Estancias: Ranch Holiday in Argentina

About an hour from the aging belle époque buildings and the skyscrapers of Buenos Aires (BA), those who travel to Argentina can enjoy a rare experience unlike anywhere else in the world. On a large expanse of fertile grasslands called the Pampas, they will be housed, fed, and entertained in upscale


Copa America 2020 to be split between Colombia, Argentina

More changes for the 2020 edition of South America’s football championship. First, officials moved it from an odd-numbered year to an even-numbered one. Now, they said Copa America 2020 will be split between two countries. As CGTN’s Michelle Begue reports, many are not happy with the decision.


Messi criticism in Argentina unfair, says Simeone

Lionel Messi being criticised for his failure to deliver a major title for Argentina is unfair, says Diego Simeone. Messi could not inspire Argentina to success at last year's World Cup, having to drag his side through the group stage before exiting to eventual winners France in the round of 16.


BTC Continues to Grow in Argentina Amid Inflation

Argentina’s inflation has risen rapidly to its highest level since 1992. Citizens of the country are increasingly paying attention to Bitcoin as an alternative. The central bank of Argentina has already tightened monetary policy three times in the past month, and inflation is still growing – its lev


Three more suspects arrested for assault against Argentina’s chief rabbi

Three more suspects in the aggression against Argentina’s Chief Rabbi Gabriel Davidovich were arrested by the Buenos Aires police on Monday. The man suspected to be the leader of the gang Maximiliano Ovalle, alias "Max Coco," was among those taken into custody, the army radio reported.



VILLA CARLOS PAZ, Argentina - M-Sport Ford World Rally Team’s Elfyn Evans and Teemu Suninen are all set for the first of a South American double-header at next weekend’s Rally Argentina.


Pride for Argentina pair after FIFA eNations Cup journey

Argentina finished second at the FIFA eNations Cup. ‘Nicolas99fc’ & ‘Yagocai’ impressed in London. Duo reflect on the inaugural tournament with FIFA.com. Argentina showed why they were one of the pre-tournament favourites at the FIFA eNations Cup™ 2019, reaching the final of the inaugural tournament


Argentina: "Some blueberry fields won't be able to continue producing"

The crisis in the sector continues and the area planted in the region shows a downward trend. This is in response to a series of factors. "Some fields won't be able to continue producing," the president of the Association of Blueberries Producers of Argentina's Mesopotamia (APAMA), Alejandro Pannunz


Scientists unearth 220 million-year-old dinosaur fossils in Argentina

Buenos Aires (AFP) – A site containing the 220-million-year-old fossilised remains of nearly a dozen dinosaurs has been discovered in western Argentina, researchers said Wednesday.


Two sisters in their twenties in court battle over farmland in Argentina after marrying two wealthy octogenarian brothers and scooping a massive inheritance when the men died

Two sisters in their twenties are in a court battle in Argentina after marrying a pair of wealthy octogenarian brothers and inheriting their farming land, according to local reports published Tuesday.


Rep. Kevin McCarthy continues tour of Argentina

Bakersfield Congressman Kevin McCarthy continued his tour of Argentina on Tuesday. McCarthy is joined by other lawmakers as part of a delegation to speak with officials of the country.


Argentina's Ecofrut in crisis

The Ecofrut company joined a long list of national companies in crisis after it opened a creditors' reorganization process at the Commercial Justice. In total, the company, which mainly exports pears and apples from the Alto Valle of Río Negro, has a bank debt of just over $166 million. The impossib


Lead ammunition polluting Argentina

Pollution from lead ammunition causes environmental health problems in Argentina, and progress is underway to find viable replacements for lead shot, according to an overview of lead pollution from hunting in the country. Argentina's pioneering awareness and attention to this problem may help others