Stories for January 2005
The inauguration of the monument has been delayed due to strained diplomatic relations between Argentina and Britain last year.
United States can't depend on a weak dollar as the only instrument to soften its growing trade deficit, it should rather contain outlays and increase savings, otherwise the world economy could experience a severe shock, warned the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs.
United Nations economic prospects for 2005 forecast 4% growth in Latinamerica and the Caribbean, above the world's 3,25% but below the 5,5% of 2004.
The ozone layer which protects the Earth's atmosphere has the lowest concentration percentages in almost two decades according to reports from the German Weather Forecasting Institute, DWD, in Offenbach.
Spanish President Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero ended Wednesday his first official visit to Argentina pledging to help the country fully recover from its economic crisis and create a better business climate for Spanish companies.
World tourism expanded 10% in 2004, involving 760 million international visits, revealed Francesco Frangialli during the opening of the XXV International Tourism Fair, Fitur 2005 in Madrid, Spain.
The Falkland Islands government's mineral resources department is preparing a draft mining bill to go before the British territory's legislative council, department director Phyllis Rendell told BNamericas.
While the United Kingdom is the main destination for Argentine wines, these only account for 1.6% of the whole UK market, July Halstead, of Wine Intelligence, told the Herald.
The prime minister of Barbados has announced plans to make the Caribbean island a republic, replacing the Queen of England as the official head of state with a locally elected president.
Illex catches on high seas better than 2004; Wool label meets mixed reactions; Organic farm receives premium for wool.