Stories for July 19th 2012
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim on Wednesday warned that most regions of the world will be hurt by the debt crisis enveloping the Euro zone and said it was vital to protect the strong economic gains of the past decade in the developing world.
A court from the Argentine province of La Rioja ruled in favour of suspending the mining project led by Canadian company Osisko in Famatina until the Glaciers Law is applied in the area.
The Vatican bank or Institute for Works of Religion, IOR, needs more reform in order to show it is effective at preventing financial crime, a report by a European banking watchdog has said.
The removal of Fernando Lugo as president of Paraguay interrupted European Union/Mercosur discussions, which could resume following the April 2013 presidential elections said on Wednesday the European Parliament mission visiting Asunción.
US agrochemical giant Monsanto will direct most of a 365 million dollars investment in Argentina to a corn seed factory in the central city of Cordoba, the local government there has announced.