Latest in Tag: Argentina Highlight
Latest in Tag: Argentina
Country expects to send $5bn in chemical products to the two new markets by end of 2020
In April, Messi and his Barcelona teammates reduced their salary by 70% to ensure the club’s staff continued receiving 100% of their salary
Al-Sisi had rewarding dialogue with counterpart during G20 meetings, says Argentina’s ambassador
Blackout affected around 50 million people
Seeds were there, spreading in basement, rotting structures, preparing final collapse
Australia needs to defeat Peru, while Iceland looks for surprise victory over Croatia
Ahead of the World Economic Forum in Buenos Aires and a general strike on April 6, DW’s Manuela Kasper-Claridge shares her impressions of a rapidly changing society and economy in Argentina.The driver steers and swerves erratically. Like during a car race, he abruptly pulls to the left or the right on the highway. We are …
Just hours after a controversial four-match ban for star attacker Leo Messi, Argentina have lost 2-0 against Bolivia in La Paz. Were they missing the Barcelona star, or simply struggling with the altitude?Juan Carlos Arce and Marcelo Martins Moreno netted for the home team either side of half time on Tuesday, securing Bolivia a big …
Lionel Messi was the difference as Argentina edged a crucial World Cup qualifier against Chile. Elsewhere, an unlikely hattrick hero inspired Brazil to an emphatic win over Uruguay that moved them closer to Russia 2018.Argentina 1 – 0 Chile (Messi 16′) A Lionel Messi penalty was enough to give Argentina to a tight but crucial …
The German engineering giant will be engaging in funding and building infrastructure projects worth billions of euros, saying the new government of Mauricio Macri is serious about reforming Argentina’s economy.
The Barcelona forward retired after Argentina failed to win this year’s Copa America. Yet Lionel Messi has now decided he wishes to continue and help his nation through the current troubles.
Two-time Olympic champions Argentina have been knocked out of the Rio Games by Honduras following a 1-1 draw between the sides on Wednesday. The Central American side will be joined in the last eight by Portugal.
Soccer superstar Lionel Messi has said he will appeal a court ruling over tax fraud. He and his father have been fined millions and sentenced to 21 months in prison, but will likely not serve jail time.
Lionel Messi and his father Jorge have both been sentenced to 21 months in prison on tax fraud charges. The Barcelona and Argentina star and his father were also fined, but are unlikely to go to jail under Spanish law.
After firing over the crossbar with a penalty as Argentina lost the Copa America to Chile, Lionel Messi has said that the national team “is not for me” anymore. He scored 55 goals for Argentina, just short of the record.
Sunday’s Copa America final not only pits Argentina against South American rivals Chile. The match in New Jersey may finally give Lionel Messi the one thing missing from his trophy cabinet: a major international title.
South American champions Chile beat Colombia 2-0 and move a step closer to securing back-to-back Copa America victories. But in the final, the holders will meet a stern test in Argentina and Lionel Messi.
One goal and two assists from Lionel Messi ensured a spot in the final for Argentina where they’ll face either Chile or Colombia. Should they win the competition on Monday they’ll match Uruguay’s record of 15 titles.
Human rights activist Wolfgang Kaleck tells DW prosecuting members of the military junta is imperative. He expects Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier to broach the subject while in Argentina.
A former top dog of the German engineering giant has pleaded guilty to a massive bribery scheme to win a billion-dollar contract with the Argentine government. He is the first of eight defendants to speak out. Andreas Truppel, the former Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Siemens Argentina, admitted his guilt before a Manhattan federal court, …
The UN General Assembly has passed a resolution supporting a nation’s right to restructure its debt without interference from foreign courts. The move strengthens Argentina’s hand in a debt dispute with US hedge funds. During a vote on Thursday, the UN General Assembly adopted a new global framework for sovereign debt restructuring, voting overwhelmingly in …
Argentina’s central bank is cracking down on the banking giant HSBC amid a multi-billion-dollar tax Argentina evasion scandal. It has demanded that the British lender’s local unit president be replaced within 24 hours. In addition to charges of aiding tax evaders, the central bank in Buenos Aires also accused HSBC Argentina president Gabriel Martino of …
Cross-border corporate bribery is still a largely unresolved issue, Transparency International has concluded in a fresh report. Germany, it said, was among only few nations actively combating corruption. Transparency International (TI) said Thursday that about half of the 41 signatories to the OECD anti-bribery convention had been doing “little or nothing” to fight growing levels …
It is widely known that there are two ways of stopping Argentine Lionel Messi, arguably the best soccer player in the world, from making a play: either put a German tank in front of him or hit him repeatedly on his legs. Since the first option is not allowed on a football field, it is …
Authority also targeting increased visitors from India, China, Brazil, and Argentina
Extra time goal Götze stuns Argentina and delivers Die Mannschaft fourth World Cup title
The round of 16 has been played out and it did not disappoint, five out of eight ties went to extra time
The first week of the World Cup has produced some fantastic football; Daily News Egypt gives you a roundup of the best moments
Argentina invaded the Falklands in 1982, prompting Britain’s then prime minister Margaret Thatcher to send a naval taskforce to successfully reclaim the islands
By Mohamed A. El-Erian NEWPORT BEACH: Let me set the scene: an increasingly discredited economic policy approach gives rise to growing domestic social and political opposition, street protests and violence, disagreements among official creditors, and mounting concerns among private creditors about a disorderly default. In the midst of all of this, national leaders commit to more …