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Friday, April 15, 2016

Buenos Aires Herald


Mauricio Macri toured the flooding-hit areas in the Entre Ríos and Santa Fe provinces, vowing “solutions” and public infrastructure works to assist the victims.
The Let’s Change administration upped the ante in its offensive against Attorney General Alejandra Gils Carbó, presenting in Congress the formal defence of a bill that will reduce the power of her office as President Macri once again demanded she resigns.
Lashing out at his “lack of impartiality,” former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner requested that Federal Judge Claudio Bonadío be removed from office yesterday, 24 hours after she faced the official in the courts in the so-called “dollar futures” case.

Prices show steep hike despite no raises to utilities in march

BA City inflation clocks in at 3.3 percent as food is up again

IMF head, worried over Brazil’s crisis

Lagarde warns over high inflation in developing countries

Aide of Transport secretary also denied parole since he ‘already attempted to evade justice’

Kirchnerites Jaime, Báez to be remanded in preventive custody

The New York Appeals court has released the details of the ruling that endorsed Griesa's decision but warned bondholders that did not accept Argentina's “proposed settlement” are entitled to turn to court to “protect their interests.”
Argentina on Friday confirmed the names of the seven banks managing its upcoming bond issue, as it prepares to return to international credit markets for the first time in 15 years.
Brazil's lower house today opened a three-day debate on whether to impeach President Dilma Rousseff on charges of manipulating budget accounts, after the government lost a last-ditch appeal before the Supreme Court to halt the process.
• SC to rule on impeachment• Coalition parties jump ship • Rousseff loses support in corridors of power
The US dollar today fell for the third consecutive session, ending nine cents lower at 14.56 pesos in Buenos Aires City banks and foreign exchange offices and hitting its lowest mark since February 5. 
Wall Street slipped on Friday as oil price declines weighed on energy shares and Apple dragged on the market, but major indexes were still poised to post weekly gains.
Clinton and Sanders attacked each other over Wall Street, gun control and other issues on Thursday in a series of exchanges that laid bare the mounting pressures on them both but seemed unlikely to change the dynamics of the race.

Vatican Call to renounce ‘just war’ doctrine

Uruguayan Catholic Church apologizes for sex abuse by priests

Soccer draw: other group rivals are Honduras, Algeria

Argentina to face Portugal at Rio 2016 Olympics 







The World Health Organization's expert group on immunisation said it recommended that countries consider introducing Sanofi's dengue vaccine Dengvaxia in areas where prevalence of the virus was 50 percent or higher.
After two hours of protests against upstart incomer Uber that began to operate this week in Buenos Aires, taxi drivers lifted the pickets staged across the city. 
• Gov’t, unions set for open Uber clash




Deficit ahead of debt

Michael Soltys / Senior Editor

Deficit ahead of debt

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