In Argentina, voters have rejected the policies of outgoing president Cristina Kirchner. President-elect Mauricio Macri has promised to open up Argentina's economy and - as he puts it - correct the mistakes of his predecessor.
Argentina's president plans to ban ministers from giving family members government jobs. Political scientist Claudia Zilla talks to DW about whether the move will curb corruption and what it means for the wider region.
The German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK) has warned that should the Trump administration go ahead and impose higher tariffs on steel imports this would could trigger a global trade war.
Argentina's parliament has approved a pension reform bill following violent protests in the capital, Buenos Aires. More than 150 people were injured in the clashes.
Donald Trump's presidency is 1 year old this week. His stunning election victory was heavily influenced by some of the promises he made regarding economic matters. How has he done so far?
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