Buenos Aires

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capital and largest city of Argentina

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On the other hand, the assigned ratings take into account Ciudad's still relatively high exposure to the public sector, given its role as the financial agent of Buenos Aires City, the challenging operating environment in Argentina and risks related to increasing government intervention through mechanisms unfavorable to the earnings generation, funding dynamics and financial flexibility.
Aedes aegypti was found in urban areas adjacent to Buenos Aires City in 1991 (Campos et al.
Erdogan skipped his visit to Argentina after autonomous Buenos Aires city cancelled a permission to inaugurate the bust of Ataturk following efforts by Armenians.
11 in Buenos Aires city and province, home to a third of Argentina's 36 million people and most of its 1,000 screens.
The material for this work came from beef baits set out to attract sarcosaprophagous insects, at one site in Buenos Aires city, Argentina (34[grados]36' S), from 1998 to 2003.
A study by the Buenos Aires City Tourism Bureau found that foreign tourists prefer four- and five-star hotels, in part due to favorable exchange rates, and that 2007 occupancy rates exceeded 85%.
1st Fair of Used Machinery, Spare Parts and Services, Center of Exhibitions of the Government of Buenos Aires City, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Expogral S.
IN the last several years, the Buenos Aires city congress and the national congresses in Argentina and Uruguay have approved similar civil laws stating that women have the right to be accompanied during labour and delivery.
The relationship between sexual information and contraceptive methods in a sample of pregnant 13 to 18-year-old adolescents from Buenos Aires City is studied.
In Buenos Aires city there are approximately 6,000 property managers responsible for about 100,000 buildings.
Located in Buenos Aires City, Muniz Hospital is the main Argentinean referral center for infectious diseases and provides for approximately 800 TB patients yearly.
Shanty towns are springing up across the country, including one just half a mile from Buenos Aires city centre.
Aeropuertos Argentinas 2000 SA (AA2000), a private Argentinean company that manages most of the country's airports, has indicated that it will be investing USD150m in an expansion and modernisation project for the Buenos Aires city airport, Aeroparque Jorge Newbery.
This is a study of how the city and province of Buenos Aires lost their prosperous positions at the periphery of the Atlantic economy between 1806 and 1830, and how by 1860 the merchant capitalists of Buenos Aires city had successfully reintegrated city, province and nation into the Atlantic world.
Claro argues that the outage was the result of damage to a fibre-optic cable caused by Buenos Aires city workers; however, given the government's need to raise cash, and seeming disregard for its own credibility among investors and the international community, we expect sanctions to be imposed where possible.