Stories for November 2005
Russia lifted the ban on beef and pork imports from six Brazilian states which means the ban remains on only two states, reported Tuesday in Moscow the Russian Ministry of Agriculture.
Uruguay and Cuba are interested in resuming negotiations for an economic and trade complementation agreement between Havana and Mercosur.
The first meeting of the new Falkland Islands Executive Council (ExCo) took place in Stanley last week.
Spain agreed Monday to sell twelve military planes and eight patrol boats to Venezuela in a 2 billion US dollars deal that the United States has threatened to block
Argentina's new Economy minister Felisa Miceli is a close associate of her former boss Roberto Lavagna who was ousted by President Nestor Kirchner in Monday's cabinet reshuffle that also included Foreign Affairs, Defence and Social Development.
Unemployment in Brazil remained unchanged in October at 9,6% compared to the previous month according to an official release.
After seven long months Ecuador has selected new judges for the Supreme Court which was at the centre of a crisis that forced the ousting of former president Lucio Gutierrez.
More than 180 nations were grappling with gloomy prospects of increased pollution and global warming at the first meeting on the UN Kyoto Protocol, as a political storm unfolded in host nation Canada.
Argentina's largest airline reported Tuesday it is renting aircraft from other companies to resume part of its operations idled by a six-day-long strike by pilots and mechanics.
The Falkland Islands government and Gordon Forbes Construction have settled a several years dispute which will finally demand the disbursement of almost three million pounds.