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  • Friday, May 23rd 2014 - 11:26 UTC

    Legalizing abortion debate takes off in socially conservative Chile

    Re-elected president Bachelet pledged a change in the law ahead of her election.

    Chile, one of a handful of the world's countries that outlaws abortion in all cases, will debate a bill this year that seeks to relax the ban in certain circumstances, a government spokesman announced. President Michelle Bachelet who was re-elected and took office in March had pledged a change in the law ahead of her election.

  • Thursday, May 22nd 2014 - 08:53 UTC

    Chile to Host 5th Edition of the Global Mining Technology Forum

    The 5th Annual Global Mining Technology Forum will be held in October 2014 in Santiago to discuss the mining industry's way forward in technology adaptation. Fleming Gulf Conferences has announced that the 5th edition of it's flagship mining conference will take place in October 2014 in Santiago, Chile.

  • Tuesday, May 20th 2014 - 19:35 UTC

    Falklands visited by Punta Arenas experts in ports, logistics and shipping

    Left to right: Stacey Bragger FI Chamber of Commerce, Felipe Carvallo ULOG, Milenko Buljan Agunsa, Ignacio Covacevic EPA, Marcelo Mahuzier ASMAR and Alvaro Insua of Galicia shipping.

    A group of managers representing Punta Arenas port facilities, logistic companies and shipping companies visited the Falkland Islands last week with an ultimate aim to offer solutions to the current and future commercial needs of the Islands.