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President imposed unpopular electricity price rises he said would improve the system
Massive electricity failure exposes years of under-investment in infrastructure
Leader hopes selection of Peronist senator will broaden his appeal in re-election fight
President unveils infrastructure projects to build support from disenchanted voters for October elections
Treaty renegotiations aim for a far better deal than in 1973
Trump administration urges leaders to ban Chinese company from telecoms networks
Argentina’s Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is back.
Former leader retains strong support ahead of October poll, aided by rise in poverty
Brazil and Mexico’s contraction in first quarter raises fears of return to recession
President Mauricio Macri should stick to his guns on economic policy
Driver for price surge is fear the Latin currency is yet again on track for hefty losses
How legal cases against former president could complicate her bid for a political comeback
Some fear little-known politician would be puppet controlled by Cristina Fernández
The outlook shifts on the Fernández-Fernández announcement.
Ex-president’s decision to run as vice-president is a move to win over centrist voters
Ex-leader was expected to run for president but says former aide will run in her place
Success of former Argentine president’s book prompts speculation of run for office in October
The battle between politics and capital markets looks set to intensify.
Intel reveals a vulnerability in its chips that could let hackers steal data.
Some fear fund’s largest bailout is fraying and might not survive an electoral jolt
Argentina and Turkey are still at risk.
Peronist victory underlines government weakness ahead of presidential elections
‘The young are my great bet, my great hope,’ former president tells eager supporters at book event
Local-currency markets generate triple the average return in the year following a crisis
Sceptics fear that a return to currency intervention would spell doom for Buenos Aires