Chilean beef exports; Rhino tracheal bovine infection in Magallanes; English artist exhibit in Antarctica; More complaints about Lan Chile
Lula leads two to one;
IMF pushes Argentina; Ms. Krueger recommends re-scheduling;
Sanitary alert in Mercosur
The European Commission approved this Wednesday a historic report recommending that ten new countries be admitted into the European Union by 2004. Future members who have fulfilled EU political and economic criteria are Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Cyprus and Malta.
Former centre left candidate Ciro Gomes announced his full, unrestricted and enthusiastic support for Luis Inacio Lula da Silva in the October 27th run off for the Brazilian presidency.
Argentine president Eduardo Duhalde said that the country would reach an understanding with the International Monetary Fund before November 9th when Argentina must honour a 250 million US dollars debt with the World Bank.
Dairy farmers of the world unite; Mega cruise conglomerate; Looking for investors; Chile and Mercosur; The Argentine Consensus; Argentine inflation recedes; Omega 3 fish oil from squid; Chilean red please;Salmon and trout exports drop in value...
In spite of the overwhelming showing in Brazil's Sunday presidential election, almost doubling his closest opponent, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will have a run-off next October 27th.
With opinion polls indicating that Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Hill and his Workers Party will be victorious in the first round of this Sunday's Brazilian crucial presidential election eyes are now set on the day after.
With just six months to the presidential election, the Argentine electorate is sending ever more clear signals of its rejection of the political system.
Chile was chosen last week to the United Nations Security Council as non permanent member and will take over from Colombia next January. Chile will hold the post for two years.