Stories for September 2001
United States risk assessment agency Standard & Poor', S & P, declared that Argentina is in a far stronger situation than Brazil, mainly because of the implementation of the zero deficit budget policy.
The Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting due to start in the Australian city of Brisbane next Friday has been cancelled because key leaders cannot attend.
Trade officials from Mercosur and United States pledged this week in Washington to build stronger trade ties to foster economic growth and development in the area, in the framework of the four plus one format.
Argentine and Brazilian officials will be meeting in the coming days to address the growing animosity between Mercosur's main partners, mostly consequence of diverging exchange rate policies with direct impact on bilateral trade.
Good publicity about settling in the Falklands has appeared in an English newspaper, the Sussex Argus, which interviewed a couple who emigrated ten years ago.
A former BBC radio producer who emigrated to the Falkland Islands in the 1970s and became an expert on wool and wool dyeing, as well as a successful writer, is launching her latest initiative by exhibiting a new range of wool in 26 shades at October's prestigious Harrogate Fashion and Embroidery Show in Yorkshire. The show is expected to attract up to 40,000 consumers interested in textile arts.