Argentina's new president Mauricio Macri has vowed to open up the economy. He's begun by cutting export tax on meat - claiming the move could double food production. But not everyone is pleased about plans to beef up exports.
Demonstrators clashed with police in Buenos Aires as the city came to an utter standstill during a 24-hour general strike. Workers feel that the free market policies of President Macri have exacerbated income inequality.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is struggling to duck her Mexican visit's symbolism, south of Donald Trump's planned border wall. She has discussed trade and digital rules. DW's Michaela Küfner is with the chancellor.
The Argentine president has denied making "malicious omissions" in his asset declarations. The Panama Papers appear to show that the Latin American leader has hidden offshore accounts.
At a business conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina's president Mauricio Macri has asked international CEOs to take another look at his country. Foreign investment is desperately needed to revive its shrinking economy.
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