Economists study something called purchasing power parity. Basically, how far will a dollar go in Argentina, Italy, or the US? They gauge this by looking at a comparable basket of goods and services across nations.
In the digital age, it seems that newsprint still matters. In Argentina, the Senate has just voted to put it under the control of the government. Lisa Mullins speaks to an reporter Daniel Schweimler in Buenos Aires.
La Bomba de Tiempo ("Time Bomb") is one of the hottest shows in Buenos Aires these days. It's a percussion explosion - 18 musicians dressed in bright red overalls playing djembes, bass drums, claves and congas.
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