Political capital

Cheapest fare on the Mitre and Sarmiento commuter networks in Buenos Aires is due to rise from US$0·40 to US$0·50 this month, the first of a series of increases that Trenes de Buenos Aires has secured from the government to help fund a US$2·2bn investment programme under its renegotiated concession, ...

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