Argentina's central bank president Alejandro Vanoli strongly defended the recent contracting of his wife and son in the bank, arguing they are 'well trained' for the jobs and blamed local speculative financial groups of being behind the news which was published in the Buenos Aires media.
Argentine residents from the Patagonian province of Santa Cruz, the Kirchner family political stronghold, will be allowed to buy imported cars free of federal taxes, according to the latest resolution 31/2015, signed by president Cristina Fernandez and published in the official Gazette.
A group of the main Chilean universities travelled to the United Kingdom on an invitation from UK Universities, with the purpose of deepening links and greater opportunities for collaboration in areas such as research and innovation. This was a follow up mission to the 12 British universities that visited Chile last year to establish links with their counterparts.
Private consultants forecast the Uruguayan economy will expand 2.5% in 2015, compared to 3.5% the previous year, but recommend a strong moderation in government spending to retake the path of sustained growth and contain the consequences of an adverse international scenario mostly recessive.
Economist Aldo Ferrer has said the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was “incorrigible”, questioning the report the multilateral credit organism released this week saying Argentina should devalue on its peso currency and carry out austerity policies to get back on the track of growth.
Time magazine used for its next issue an image covered by a regular citizen and aspiring photographer named Devin Allen where police force can be seen chasing a young black man. It would be a dated image if it weren´t for the validity that it recovered these past few months- and days- in the US.
Consumer prices in the Euro zone scraped out of deflation in April after four months, official data has shown, boosting hopes of economic recovery in Europe. The inflation rate in the 19 nations that use the Euro stood at 0% in April, up from a rate of -0.1% in March. Eurostat said that low energy costs were continuing to cut living costs.
The McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica are some of the most extreme desert regions on the planet. But new research indicates that the region may actually be full of salty, extremely cold groundwater. The water may even connect surrounding lakes into a massive network, and it probably hosts extreme microbial life.
Outstanding researchers and scientists from Argentina and Chile in the fields of marine sciences, fisheries Antarctica and technology innovation met this week in Buenos Aires for a day's work coordinating the scientific efforts of both countries.