Buenos Aires' bar scene has witnessed a craft beer explosion over the past two years, with microbreweries, bars dedicated to craft beer and takeaway refilling stations growing exponentially. And there’s no sign of that stopping anytime soon.
Bus services will remain cheaper than the "subte" underground system but will see the greatest increase in fares from $6 pesos to $8 pesos in February, $9 pesos by April and $10 pesos (US$ 0.55c) by June, for a 66-percent overall increase.
The government forecasts an overall economic growth rate in 2018 of 3.5 percent, a 12-percent increase in investment, annual inflation of 15.7 percent, a 3.3-percent increase in household consumption, and a 17.1-percent tax over GPD ratio.
The government is seeking to remove many of the existing regulatory barriers, while at the same time creating programmes that match outside funding, and providing seed capital to entrepreneurs just starting out.