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Stories for 2006

  • Wednesday, December 20th 2006 - 20:00 UTC

    Falklands' elected government takes on more duties

    The Falkland Islands gave last week yet another step in the evolution of internal self government: the Executive Council monthly summary will no longer be presented by the Governor of Islands as has been tradition, but by a democratically elected member of the government.

  • Wednesday, December 20th 2006 - 20:00 UTC

    Argentina's recovery fuels car sales

    Vehicle sales in Argentina rose a healthy 17 percent to 453,000 units in January-November – the higher figure since the 455,000 sold in the entire 1998 — on the back of a steady economic recovery accompanied by a favourable international scenario, the new chairman of the ACARA concessionaires association Dante Alvarez said.

  • Wednesday, December 20th 2006 - 20:00 UTC

    Lord Triesman speaker at Falklands' Forum

    Lord David Trieman, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State

    Lord Triesman, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office confirmed he will be addressing the Falklands Forum next April in London.

  • Wednesday, December 20th 2006 - 20:00 UTC

    Bolivian businessmen reticent about joining Mercosur

    Lic. Gary Rodriguez

    Bolivian businessmen showed some reticence about their country's full incorporation to Mercosur arguing it was a “threat” for the local agro-industry and could involve potential farm sales losses to the Community of Andean Nations.

  • Wednesday, December 20th 2006 - 20:00 UTC

    Bush extends tariff preferences to Andean nations

    President George W. Bush signed legislation Wednesday extending for six months existent trade benefits to four Andean nations: Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Colombia. According to the bill countries that approve free trade agreements, FTA, with the US will have a further six months.

  • Wednesday, December 20th 2006 - 20:00 UTC

    The Economist: energy Argentina's “biggest worry”

    In five years Argentina's recovery from catastrophe has been “swift”, but the “biggest worry” now is energy and how long growth can continue, writes The Economist in its latest edition.

  • Tuesday, December 19th 2006 - 20:00 UTC

    The Kirchner couple, the most influential figures in Argentina

    Argentina's president Nestor Kirchner and First Lady Cristina Fernandez

    Argentina's president Nestor Kirchner and First Lady Cristina Fernandez are considered the most influential personalities of the year in the country, from a list of a hundred outstanding figures, according to an opinion poll released Monday in Buenos Aires.

  • Tuesday, December 19th 2006 - 20:00 UTC

    Pulp mills dispute turns into bitter duel in The Hague

    International Court, headed by British magistrate Rosalyn Higgins.

    Uruguay and Argentina clashed Monday in The Hague before the International Court with bitter allegations indicating that the escalating controversy between neighboring countries over the building of pulp mills far from easing is turning more acrimonious. The only thing both sides agreed on was to request a second day of hearings.

  • Tuesday, December 19th 2006 - 20:00 UTC

    Global warming harms Chile's salmon industry

    Salmon Farming

    Two environmental experts lashed out the Chilean and Argentine governments this week for their failure to address environmental issues currently damaging ecosystems and agriculture on both sides of the Andes.

  • Tuesday, December 19th 2006 - 20:00 UTC

    Bolivia ready to formalize Mercosur full membership request

    Mr. David Choquehuanca Bolivian Foreign Affairs minister

    President Evo Morales will officially formalize this week the request for Bolivia to become a full member of Mercosur, announced Monday in Brasilia Bolivian Foreign Affairs minister David Choquehuanca.