Natalie Alcoba

Natalie Alcoba

Abortion

Argentina abortion rights activists renew push for legalisation

Abortion rights activists say momentum is greater as newly elected president throws his support behind legalisation.

Argentina abortion rights activists renew push for legalisation

Argentina

IMF lands in Argentina amid debt crisis

The international lender is a key player in the country's plan to restructure its debt.

IMF lands in Argentina amid debt crisis

Business & Economy

Argentina drafts bill to fix debt crisis

'We cannot sustain the debt load today, so we have to transform that load', says economic minister Martin Guzman.

Argentina drafts bill to fix debt crisis

Latin America

Will the LatAm backlash against free-market policies persist?

Frustration with inequality sparked protests across Latin America last year, but will they maintain momentum in 2020?

Will the LatAm backlash against free-market policies persist?

Argentina

After Fernandez victory, what is next for Argentina's economy?

President-elect inherits an economy that has ravaged livelihoods and left the country teetering on the edge of default.

After Fernandez victory, what is next for Argentina's economy?

Elections

Facing economic crisis, Argentina picks Fernandez as president

Left-leaning Fernandez hails government of people, but central bank currency move shows no quick fix to economic woes.

Facing economic crisis, Argentina picks Fernandez as president

Latin America

Argentina election: Voters head to polls amid anger over economy

Alberto Fernandez, with Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner as his running mate, likely to unseat Mauricio Macri, polls show.

Argentina election: Voters head to polls amid anger over economy

Latin America

Argentina elections: Five things to know

Polls show that Alberto Fernandez, with Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner as his running mate, is likely to unseat Macri.

Argentina elections: Five things to know

Argentina

The economy looms large as Argentines head to the polls Sunday

For many voters, the election is first and foremost about fixing an economy that keeps lurching from boom to bust.

The economy looms large as Argentines head to the polls Sunday

Argentina

How Argentina's economic crisis is hurting women more than men

Women endure the greatest financial hardships in Argentina, and their plight is being pushed onto the election agenda.

How Argentina's economic crisis is hurting women more than men

Latin America

Argentine Senate approves emergency food law after mass protests

Amid worsening economic crisis, the measure will increase financial support for food programmes by 50 percent.

Argentine Senate approves emergency food law after mass protests

Argentina

The US dollar is sewn into Argentina's economy and its culture

Argentina's official currency is the peso but it's the greenback that defines the country's shifting economic landscape.

The US dollar is sewn into Argentina's economy and its culture