Brazil is estimated to have lost the equivalent of 27.8 billion US dollars in investments from domestic and international corporations as a direct consequence of the global recession, according to press reports from Sao Paulo.
With President Barack Obama's administration a new chapter opens and a new relation with Latinamerica begins said on Tuesday US ambassador in Argentina Anthony Wayne during a conference in Buenos Aires.
When Barack Obama is sworn in as the 44th president of the United States, the wish list that has been building abroad may have grown longer than he or anyone else can deliver.
A former Chilean Air Force chief was arrested Monday on charges of embezzling nearly 2.9 million US dollars in a 1994 government deal to buy second hand Mirage Elkan fighter jets from Belgium and refurbish them, according to a Santiago court.
US President-elect Barack Obama has told a huge crowd of supporters at a pre-inauguration rally in Washington that anything is possible in America.
Brazil's president Lula da Silva said on Friday he would like to talk with US president elect Barack Obama before the government machine gets hold of him and expected the incoming leader would change his vision on Latinamerica and acknowledge the advance of regional democracy.
The Royal Navy has revealed it is arranging for HMS Endurance to be towed back to Portsmouth on a barge. The ice patrol vessel has been out of action since it suffered a major flood on December 16, and is currently berthed in the Falkland Islands, reports the Portsmouth press.
Former president Nestor Kirchner joined the long list of Argentine officials which have lately called publicly for an end to the pickets on an international bridge leading to neighbouring Uruguay.
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THE Falkland Islands community is pulling together to keep on schedule the opening of a lodge for visiting British '82 war veterans.