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Aerolineas Argentinas is not the only company interested in Pluna.
I want the president of Aguas Argentinas to spend just one week sleeping here," Perez yells, slamming a front door that won't shut because it's too engorged with water.
Argentina then was the darling of the emerging markets and annual growth regularly topped 8%.
When French Finance Minister Francis Mer visited Argentina in July to lobby on behalf of Electricite de France, Vivendi, France Telecom and other French mnltinationals, he was warned by Planning Minister and close Kirchner aide Julio De Vido to stay away if all he came to talk about was a rate hike.
Argentina, individuals can easily stay in touch with family and friends and find pertinent local or global news, sports, finance, weather and entertainment information -- all from one convenient online source.
IDC estimates that Argentina is expected to have approximately 1.
Argentina features a directory of Web sites in Spanish organized by a local team of Web surfers into 14 intuitive and easy-to-use categories, including Arts & Humanities, Science & Technology, Social Science, Education, Recreation & Sports, Entertainment, Reference, Politics & Government, Computers & Internet, Business and Economy, News and Media, Regional, Health, and Society.
Our people feel that what is happening to Aerolineas Argentinas is similar to what is happening to the country," says Victor de Gennaro, head of the Confederation of Argentine Workers.
We used to be the pride of Argentina and now look at us.
They also argue the governments of Argentina and Spain should be involved in saving the airline.
For the 11 foreign automobile and truck manufacturers with operations here, Argentina has become synonymous with one huge transmission failure.
For almost half of the first quarter last year, the plant was vacant and we were all wondering how we were going to survive," Ford Argentina President Francisco Codina recalls.
Even the country's top seller last year, Italian automaker Fiat, feels like it's running on empty, "We've banged our heads against the wall a lot of times wondering why we invested here in the first place," Fiat Auto Argentina President Cristiano Rattazzi says.
Instead of buying into Aerolineas Argentinas, LanChile could also do what it did in Peru, starting up a LanArgentina.
It has built a new Miami warehouse and started a joint venture for cargo with Aerolineas Argentinas.
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