Brazil committed to advance with EU/Mercosur trade negotiations

“Mercosur has been holding negotiations with the EU; we're in discussions with other countries, but we must look for a way to advance”, said Marcadante“Mercosur has been holding negotiations with the EU; we're in discussions with other countries, but we must look for a way to advance”, said Marcadante

Brazil must speed international trade agreement negotiations, said cabinet chief Aloizo Mercadante, in direct reference to Mercosur and demanding an end to internal disputes.

Mexican president hails Obama's decisions on immigration

“I want to publicly recognize yesterday's announcement,” said Peña Nieto “These measures bring relief to principally Mexican immigrants.”“I want to publicly recognize yesterday's announcement,” said Peña Nieto “These measures bring relief to principally Mexican immigrants.”

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto hailed US President Barack Obama's sweeping steps on immigration, saying they were “most important measures taken in several decades” and would allow families to stay together.

Falklands construction booming: permission for second 80 bedroom hotel

The second 80 bedroom employees hotel will cater to the needs of the workers in the next oil exploration drilling round, including access and related services. The second 80 bedroom employees hotel will cater to the needs of the workers in the next oil exploration drilling round, including access and related services.

Building continues at a steady rate in the Falkland Islands with 15 applications approved for construction in the capital Stanley, including permission for an 80 bedroom employees hotel for oil exploration technical staff, according to the latest Planning and Building Committee meeting.

UK reacts to 'Malvinas are Argentine' signs on public transportation

Senator Teresa Luna said the initiative is directed not only at the foreigner who comes as a tourist, but also at the citizens in generalSenator Teresa Luna said the initiative is directed not only at the foreigner who comes as a tourist, but also at the citizens in general

The UK has objected to Argentine congress decision that public transportation should carry signs expressing the country's claim over the Falkland Islands. A law passed by the Argentine Congress says vehicles must declare “Las Malvinas son Argentinas”, or the “Malvinas are Argentine”.

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