Stories for September 22nd 2010
DUE to planned port developments in the Falkland Islands, fishery executives there appear unworried by Argentina’s most recent attempt to interfere in their fishing industry.
Brazil’s JBS S.A., one of the world’s leading exporters of beef said late Wednesday that Russian authorities told the company that several of its meat plants have been barred from exporting product to Russia.
British Airways will start non-stop flights between London and Buenos Aires in March 2011 announced Minister of Tourism Enrique Meyer in Britain’s capital during the official launch to promote investment in Argentina’s tourism industry.
The Royal Navy is “disappointed” with Uruguay's treatment of a warship heading to the Falkland Islands, but the incident will not affect “the good defence relationship with the Uruguayans, writes Michael Powell The News from Portsmouth Defence correspondent.
The most detailed and authoritative history of the first forty years (1909-1949) of the British Secret Intelligence Service, MI6, was released this week by the London publishers, Bloomsbury and in the USA by Penguin.
Brazilian president Lula da Silva again attached the media on Tuesday claiming that freedom of expression does not imply “inventing stories and news”. He added that the media instead of helping public opinion preach “hatred” and are only interested in “failures of his government”.
The Argentine government filed on Tuesday a formal complaint against the heads of the country's two biggest newspapers of complicity with a former military regime in crimes against humanity.
Brazilian central bank President Henrique Meirelles stepped up dollar purchases to the highest in almost a year this month in a bid to temper gains in the Real.
Admitting that employment and output recovery has slowed down in recent months, the US Federal Reserve said on Tuesday that it is prepared to provide additional accommodation if needed to support the economic recovery and to return inflation, over time, to levels consistent with its mandate.
The United States has fallen behind emerging markets Brazil, China and India as the preferred place to invest, according to a survey from Bloomberg. The US ranked first three months ago in the last quarterly Bloomberg Global Poll.