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As protests in Ukraine's eastern region turned violent on Sunday leading to the death of a Ukrainian security officer in a shootout with pro-Russian militia, Kiev threatens military action while Moscow flexes its geo-economic warfare muscles.
Argentina's central bank purchased 390 million dollars, one of the largest operations in years, as part of its policy to keep the price of the greenback in the local market stabilized after months of distortions and a run on the bank's international reserves that dropped to a new low in the last twelve months.
Spanish government vessels have unlawfully entered British territorial waters around Gibraltar more than 600 times since the start of 2013, according to official figures. There were 496 incursions in 2013 and 112 in the first three months of 2014, the figures disclosed by Foreign Secretary William Hague revealed.
Argentine cabinet chief Jorge Capitanich confirmed on Tuesday 'significant advances' in the elaboration of Mercosur's joint proposal to exchange with the European Union for discussions on a much delayed wide ranging cooperation and trade agreement.
Japan Nissan's top executives travelled to Resende, Rio do Janeiro state on Tuesday to inaugurate a complex designed to turn out 200,000 vehicles and engines per year with the goal of capturing 5% of Brazil's new car market by 2016.
United States Vice President Joe Biden is planning to be among the crowds at this summer's World Cup soccer tournament. The White House announced Monday that Biden would travel to Brazil for the event in June. He also plans to attend a U.S. national team game.
A team of French and Brazilian researchers warn that chikungunya virus is poised to invade, and become epidemic in the Americas according to research published ahead of print in the Journal of Virology.
European Central Bank (ECB) has said it will provide further stimulus to the Euro zone economy if inflation in the bloc continues to remain low. Mario Draghi, said a stronger Euro would act as a trigger to looser monetary policy.
Fiat Argentina's CEO Cristiano Rattazzi compared inflation in Argentina with that of Venezuela and Sudan and called on the government of President Cristina Fernandez to bring it down to one digit and help stabilize production costs and exports.
Official inflation in Argentina during March was 2.6%, according to Economy minister Axel Kicillof who underlined that during the month there was a considerable deceleration in the increase of prices, in most items with the exception of clothing and private schooling.