08.03.2011 [MercoPress] - Political associates reiterated that there are no intentions of Argentine president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner to seek for a third period if the Head of State should end re-elected on next October presidential elections.
01.03.2011 [MercoPress] - Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner re-election bid is “inevitable” said cabinet chief Anibal Fernandez who nevertheless pointed out it was “premature” to talk about candidates for next October's presidential election.
22.02.2011 [MercoPress] - Even when Uruguay and Brazil are in the course of reaching understandings with Argentina regarding the latest trade restrictions to be implemented by President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner administration, 'which are not targeted against Mercosur
09.03.2011 [MercoPress] - Next October Argentines will be going to the polls to vote for president and renew Congress which anticipates a rough political eight months, but before that the administration of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has to weather a round of
25.02.2011 [MercoPress] - Zoom Image According to decree 192/2011 signed by President Cristina Fernandez and published in the Official Gazette, the autonomous ONCCA will be replaced by an interdisciplinary entity for the development and promotion of subsidies but under the
18.02.2011 [MercoPress] - Argentina and Brazil agreed Friday to set up a Monitoring Committee in order to exclude Brazilian products from being affected by the imports non-automatic licence system announced this week by the administration of President Cristina Fernandez de
20.02.2011 [Malaysia Star] - BUENOS AIRES: Argentina's economy clocked growth of 9.1% in 2010, the fastest pace in five years, President Cristina Fernandez said. Latin America's third largest economy rebounded swiftly from a slowdown in 2009 to expand at one of the strongest rates
11.03.2011 [Council on Foreign Relations (blog)] - The President, First Lady, and family will not be stopping in Buenos Aires, Argentina; a decision said to upset President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. Behind the scenes, many feel that the old aphorism once attributed to Brazil is perhaps now more
04.03.2011 [MercoPress] - President Cristina Fernandez's administration has relied on loans from within the public sector, rather than take a chance on a new global bond issue that could be blocked by creditors suing over the country's massive 2002 default.
14.02.2011 [MercoPress] - A majority of Argentines, 74%, believes that inflation is harming their finances and a similar percentage, 74%, considers the administration of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is hardly interested in the issue, according to a public opinion
03.03.2011 [ETF Database] - President Cristina Fernandez also indicated recently that unemployment dipped to 7.3% in the fourth quarter of 2010, down from 7.5% in the previous quarter. Fernandez, who is in the final year of her four year term and is expected to seek reelection in
01.03.2011 [Financial Times (blog)] - Cristina Fernández, the president, has recently announced a plan to beef up Argentine industry by 2020, partly because the government wants to slash the country's voracious imports. A deal with the Paris Club would reopen access to credit insurance
14.02.2011 [MercoPress] - According to the February 2008 cables, the main banks had accepted to issue small enterprise and mortgage loans to boost the campaign of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. “The government just wanted the headlines and would never check to see if the loans
10.03.2011 [MercoPress] - Vice-President split from Cristina Fernandez and voted against a controversial tax on grain and oilseeds exports which had Argentine farmers blockading the country's highways and vital commodities trade.
04.03.2011 [Heritage.org] - President Obama's decision not to include Argentina on his itinerary has ushered in a new round of bitter criticism from cabinet ministers and other figures in the government of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. Argentina's foreign minister
09.03.2011 Cristina Fernández de Kirchner of Argentina, Laura Chinchilla of Costa Rica, and Dilma Rousseff of Brazil also currently hold both roles. Mary McAleese of Ireland and Tarja Halonen of Finland are the longest tenured female heads of ...
09.03.2011 Political associates reiterated that there are no intentions of Argentine president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner to seek for a third period if the Head of State should end re-elected on next October presidential elections. ...
03.03.2011 With a past and recent history of challenges to overcome, presidents Fernando Lugo and Cristina Fernández rose above the countries' differences and promoted the completion of a construction which is an allegory to the new times in the ...