Inflation expectations among Argentine consumers for the next twelve months reached 32.8%, the worst since the strong recovery of the country's economy begun in 2002/03, according to the monthly report from the Di Tella University released Wednesday.
Chinese investments in Latinamerica could grow at an annual rate of 20% in the coming decade particularly those sectors linked to commodities said Jiang Shixue, a Latinamerican expert from Beijing's National Academy of Social Sciences.
Brazil expects to host representatives from 190 countries, including several world leaders for the International Conference on Bio-fuels which is scheduled for next November in Sao Paulo.
Spain's Repsol YPF revealed Wednesday in an official document that the company's oil and gas proven reserves in Argentina had dropped 20.3% in the course of two years.
Petrobras, Brazil's government managed hydrocarbons corporation, increased oil and gas production an average 1.4% during March reaching 2,114,089 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe).
The Senator who leads the Brazilian delegation to the Mercosur Parliament announced this week he was resigning his post to protest the lack of consideration and disrespect Brazilian ministers have shown towards the organization.
The Argentine press speculates with a meeting between President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and Prime Minister Gordon Brown next month in Peru during the fifth Latinamerica-Caribbean-European Union summit, for which 24 leaders have been confirmed including the British PM.
The governments of Latin America must act to prevent high global food prices from increasing malnutrition in the region, officials from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization warned this week in Brasilia.
In the midst of an escalating conflict between President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and the Argentine media, the government ordered a change in the channel grid of cable-TV companies.
In a climate of growing frustration and with no advances to show, Argentine farmers held a new round of talks with government officials to discuss the promised review of camp and taxing policies.