Daily News February 4, 2016

Argentina’s Macri gets boost after Peronist opposition party splits Argentina’s main opposition party suffered a split on Wednesday after a dozen of its lawmakers quit, party leaders said, handing a boost to newly-elected President Mauricio Macri’s hopes of pushing his legislative agenda through Congress. The split means that Macri now no longer needs to negotiate with the Front for Victory party (FPV) to secure a majority in Congress’s lower house. Reuters reports. Peru signs Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement Andean nation has signed 17 free trade accords in recent years Peruvian Foreign Trade and Tourism Minister Magali Silva on Wednesday signed the Trans-Pacific Partnership in New Zealand. Over recent years, Peru has moved towards trade openness and global integration, leading to positive […]

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