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Tuesday, April 8th 2014 - 07:38 UTC

UK minister arrives in Brazil to ramp trade with generous export financing

Chancellor of the Exchequer Osborne is scheduled to meet Mantega and Tombini

At the start of a three day trade trip to Brazil, the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced the next stage in the UK government’s fundamental overhaul of finance for exporters which should move the UK to the top of the global league for export support.

Monday, April 7th 2014 - 21:24 UTC

Latam and Caribbean migrants remittances total over 60bn dollars annually

But channeling remittances into the formal financial system remains a challenge

A new study by the Inter-American Development Bank’s (IDB) Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) and the Inter-American Dialogue has shed light on the financial behavior of Latin American and Caribbean migrants, finding that there is need for formal savings products for remittance clients.

Monday, April 7th 2014 - 21:05 UTC

UK affairs expert appointed Foreign policy undersecretary at Argentine ministry

A career diplomat and an expert in UK affairs has been named Foreign Policy Undersecretary at the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Maria Carolina Perez Colman replaces Maria del Carmen Squeff who was recently nominated as Ambassador before the French government.

Monday, April 7th 2014 - 20:20 UTC

Argentina and Colombia with the hottest and sexiest women in the world

 A beach in the south Atlantic in summer time

Argentina and Colombia are among the countries with the hottest and sexiest women in the world according to the TargetMap, an internet site that works with all sort of data, surveys and tendencies displayed on maps.

Monday, April 7th 2014 - 06:21 UTC

UN 'deep concern' over violence in Venezuela; supports people's right to protest peacefully

For weeks protestors have camped outside UN offices in Caracas

The United Nations office in Venezuela expressed deep concern over the “high human cost” of anti-government protests which have left 39 people dead during two months of unrest. Hundreds more have been detained or injured in clashes with security forces.

Monday, April 7th 2014 - 06:18 UTC

UK 'in principle' supports greater integration of Gibraltar to European Union

Minister Lidington and Chief Minister Picardo: “more Europe, not less Europe than the UK”

UK Minister for Europe David Lidington, said the British Government would have no objection “in principle” to Gibraltar integrating further into the EU than Britain. He was reacting to recent comments by Chief Minister Fabian Picardo, who said Gibraltar may in future want “more Europe, not less Europe, than the United Kingdom.”

Monday, April 7th 2014 - 05:34 UTC

China's COFCO joins world's top grain-traders select club

China is seeing massive expansion in demand for grains such as soybeans and corn

COFCO Corp has agreed to pay 1.5 billion dollars for a majority stake in Noble Group Ltd's agribusiness, its second acquisition in less than two months, as China's largest grain trader seeks to strengthen its market position worldwide.

Saturday, April 5th 2014 - 05:40 UTC

Twitter uproar: Cristina Fernandez account blocked to Falkland Islanders

The self blocked Cristina Fernandez twitter account

Argentine president Cristina Fernandez caused an uproar on Friday in the Twitter social network when she blocked access to the Falkland Islanders who mocked her statements about the presence of nuclear weapons at NATO' largest base in the South Atlantic, precisely in the Falkland Islands.

Saturday, April 5th 2014 - 04:18 UTC

Antipersonnel mines day: Central America cleared; in Colombia rebels continue planting them

Insulza and Garzón led the ceremony in Medellín next to victims of antipersonnel mines

OAS Secretary General José Miguel Insulza participated on Friday in Colombia in a ceremony commemorating the International Day against Antipersonnel Mines, where he described the effort and commitment of OAS to eradicate the scourge and bring rehabilitation to survivors as a “high priority.”

Saturday, April 5th 2014 - 04:07 UTC

Brazilian officials claim Italian cruise vessel had crew members in 'slave-like conditions'

MSC Crociere has adamantly rejected the allegations, involving MSC Magnifica

Brazilian police say they have rescued 11 crew members working in “slave-like conditions” on an Italian cruise ship. The operation was carried out the north-eastern city of Salvador, where the MSC Magnifica had docked for the day with more than 3,000 passengers.

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