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Argentine Economy Minister Martin Lousteau resigned four months into President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's administration amid disputes over farm policies and accelerating inflation in South America's second-largest economy
With only a week left for the end of the month long truce, negotiations between Argentine farmers and government are virtually paralyzed, --and with growing animosity--, while rural organizations begun to review protest mechanisms, taking lessons from the three weeks strike, in the event of the resumption of the conflict as of May 2.
Argentina's incoming Economy Minister thinks in the same terms as us and will follow on with government main guidelines, said cabinet chief Alberto Fernandez who also confirmed that the controversial Secretary of Interior Trade, Guillermo Moreno remains in his post.
Hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama entered Wednesday the final phase of the US Democratic presidential primary with Clinton saying her decisive Pennsylvania win proved she was the best candidate to beat Republican John McCain in the race for the White House.
Chile is one of the most intolerant Latinamerican countries with respect to immigration, according to a survey published late last week by the pollster Latinobarometro.
Argentina is too an important country to be left out of international money markets, said US Under Secretary of State for Latinamerica Thomas Shannon following his recent visit to Argentina when he met with President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Leaders from four Latin American countries rejected Wednesday a controversial autonomy bid by a region of Bolivia, which was described by |President Evo Morales as illegal and intended to destabilize the country.
The Uruguayan national Wanseele Paciello, 40, pleaded guilty before a federal US court in Miami of acting as an agent for the government of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in covering up a plot to influence Argentina's presidential election.
HMS Nottingham returns to her home port of Portsmouth on Friday after a six-month operational deployment patrolling the South Atlantic conducting maritime security operations.