An Argentine Government delegation meets this Thursday in New York with mediator Daniel Pollack, in the court case against the vulture funds.
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) presented in Tokyo yesterday the 2014 Human Development Report, where Argentina is listed as one of the countries with the highest human development index (HDI).
More than 100 Argentine companies take part between July, 21 and 23 in a trade mission to Asuncion del Paraguay, organized by the Argentine Foreign Office, aimed at consolidating the growth of sales to the Paraguayan market.
President Cristina Fernandez reiterated that Argentina "will not go into default," because it did pay in due time and form to the bondholders of its restructured debt.
According to the Poliarquia polling agency, in recent weeks there has been an increase in the level of popular acceptance to the way the Government is handling the current conflict with the vulture funds.
Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich held today that in its conflict with the vulture funds, "Argentina defends its sovereignty and dignity."
The National Institute of Statistics and Census (INDEC) informed that there was a foreign trade surplus of US$ 1.37 billion in June, 13 percent more than in the same month of 2013.
Labor Minister Carlos Tomada informed Telam that in the coming days, the Government will issue the regulation of the laws against non-registered labor and labor fraud, recently approved by Congress.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved three credit lines for the environmental recovery of the Rio Reconquista basin, the disposal of solid urban residues and the sustainable development of the fishing sector.
The meeting between representatives of Argentina and the vulture funds in New York has been postponed until Thursday, as it was announced. It will be held at mediator Daniel Pollack´s office.