Negotiations continue in Argentina to decide fate of public media Telám

"The agency is not closed. That is the message that many of the Télam workers received today [June 13] through an internal statement issued by one of the unions that brings together the state company, which has been taken over and fenced off for more than four months.


However, conversations today focus on the future of the agency, which will retain a staff of approximately 240 workers divided into an advertising section and a news section. When Milei took over, Télam had 700 workers on the payroll."

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