When 200 tax inspectors made a surprise visit last week to the editorial offices of Clarin, one of Latin America's largest newspaper and cable TV companies, it was clear that the simmering tensions between the media giant and Argentine President Cristina Fernandez had reached new heights.
The day after the raid, the Clarin newspaper ran with the headline: "Official operation of intimidation against Clarin." ...
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