Billionaire investor George Soros has warned European leaders they have a three-month window to save the Euro and insisted that the EU leaders did not understand “the nature of the crisis”.
Argentine farmers’ organizations under the umbrella grouping Liaison Board announced on Tuesday a national strike cancelling all trade in grains, oilseeds and livestock to protest ‘national government policies’ against the land reform and tax hike in Buenos Aires province, among other issues.
Uruguay wants to expand its nascent local sovereign debt market to improve the liquidity of its securities, said Azucena Arbeleche, the head of the country’s debt management unit at the Ministry of Economy and Finance.
The Organization of American States general assembly, meeting in Tiquipaya, Bolivia, passed a resolution urging the Argentine and British governments to find a peaceful way to solve the Malvinas Islands sovereignty dispute.
The Queen has called her Diamond Jubilee a humbling experience, saying she had been touched deeply by seeing so many people celebrating together. In a message to the British nation, she thanked all those who organised the events.
Argentina's state-controlled energy company YPF will need to invest 35 billion dollars to boost falling natural gas and oil output by more than a quarter by 2017, the new chief executive said on Tuesday in Buenos Aires.
The UK ratified on Tuesday the Falkland Islands people’s self determination following a resolution from the OAS general assembly taking place in Bolivia calling on the two sides (Argentina and UK) to resume dialogue on the sovereignty of the Islands which are claimed by Argentina.
Trade differences between Mercosur leading partners Brazil and Argentina will be overcome with negotiations and promoting productive integration, coincided business people, diplomats and academics from both countries at a seminar in Rio do Janeiro.
Brazil’s Vale Doce, the world's second-largest miner, expects to overcome obstacles that prompted management to re-assess a 3 billion dollars potash project in the Argentine province of Mendoza, the company's head of fertilizers, Roger Downey, said.
Emilio Botin president of Santander, Spain’s largest bank and one of the leading EU financial institutions said that Brazil is the top priority for the group since it is the source of 30% of its global earnings and anticipated the opening of more branches in merit to the country’s economic stability and social progress.