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Sunday, June 12, 2016

Buenos Aires Herald

Buenos Aires province Governor María Eugenia Vidal today headed a meeting with her cabinet ministers and provincial mayors calling to "respond those who want violence dertermination and democratic limits."
Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra called on the United Kingdom to engage in “open dialogue” on the Malvinas islands sovereignty dispute in an open letter sent to the UK government, which President Mauricio Macri’s administration hopes can further improve relations between the former foes.
By Ximena Schinca
The march marking the first anniversary of the #NiUnaMenos protest found president of the National Council for Women Fabiana Tuñez meeting demands of activists in representation of the centre-right PRO party administration. In a lively and long talk with the Herald, Tuñez confessed that she’s in a race against the clock to stop femicides in Argentina.
The fraction of the opposition which favours negotiations with the government has focused on adding articles ensuring that social security will remain under state control after controversy concerning a veiled shift towards privatization.
• CFK warns bill will 'destroy' pension system

As inflow of dollars strengthens peso 

Treasury and provinces ready to float yet more debt

Demands over income tax, wage negotiation

Teamsters lift strike after fuel shortage

The Airport Security Police (PSA) cleared the control tower in the BA City Jorge Newbery Airport that had been occupied by air traffic controllers of the ATE union who on Friday launched a 48-hour strike causing delays and cancellations in flights across the country.
• Controllers launch nationwide strike
Investors swapped equities for less risky assets such as US Treasuries and the yen yesterday on fears about the impact of Britain’s June 23 referendum on whether it should leave the European Union.
The euro’s waiting room is empty. No one is lining up to join the 19-country currency, and the next memberships — if any — will only be years down the road, certainly not in this decade.
Lionel Messi came off the bench to score a hat-trick in just 18 minutes as Argentina hammered Panama 5-0 and eased into the quarter-finals of the Copa America.

Podemos alliance predicted to pass Socialists

Spain’s second election campaign kicks off for June 26 vote

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Macri learning to be public

Marcelo J. García

Macri learning to be public

The AFA rift continues

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The AFA rift continues

Oil is thicker

Michael Soltys / Senior Editor

Oil is thicker

Adolfo Suaya, hotelier and restaurateur

LA man

By Sorrel Moseley-Williams

Faux manual instructed how to behave with female ‘co-pilots’

Fiat Argentina forced to drop misogynist ad campaign

• World Trade

Monsanto bid isn’t Bayer’s first risky bet

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