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Monday, October 20th 2014 - 07:25 UTC

Number of homicides in Argentina again on the rise, indicate Healthcare stats

Even with a relatively low rate and on average one of the best in the region: 7.3 per 100.000 inhabitants, concern remains over insecurity minors

The number of homicides per year in Argentina dropped from a peak of 4.630 back in 2002, but this did not impede that in the following decade that figure totaled, 31.992, according to official stats from the country's Healthcare ministry.

Sunday, October 19th 2014 - 07:59 UTC

Chile exports 154m dollars of mussels in eight months; Galicia still out of the market

Production and export of mussels in Chile increased slightly but income in dollars  climbed 5.9%

In the first eight months of the year, Jan-August, Chile exported 52,077 tons of mussels (Mytilus chilensis), a rise of 1.8%, compared to the same period a year ago. However in dollars the result was 154.3 million dollars, up 5.9% compared to the 145.7 million dollars of the eight months of 2013, reports InfoTrade. Meanwhile northeast Spain mussel farms continue ravaged by the red toxin algae.

Wednesday, October 15th 2014 - 08:53 UTC

Chile convinced of the Mercosur/Pacific Alliance 'convergence' led by Brazil

“Convergence in diversity”, argued Rebolledo who is participating in bilateral trade and economic affairs meeting between Chile and Brazil

Chile is confident that in coming months there will be 'significant' advances in a convergence of the Pacific Alliance and Mercosur, said Andres Rebolledo, Chile's Deputy Trade minister during a visit to Brazil.

Wednesday, October 15th 2014 - 07:38 UTC

“Chile Day” in London underlines the very close links with the UK

Minister Swire recalled friendship can be traced back to Lord Cochrane’s involvement in Chilean independence two centuries ago

Chilean authorities and business people opened the London Stock Exchange on Tuesday as part of the “Chile Day 2014” which is the country's foremost promotion event abroad for the financial and business sectors. UK Foreign Office Minister of State for Latin America Hugo Swire underlined that Chile in “a key partner in the region”.

Tuesday, October 14th 2014 - 06:38 UTC

Mapuches and other indigenous groups fight police on Columbus Day

The march was to commemorate Columbus's arrival in the Americas 12 October  1492, an event indigenous peoples argue should not be celebrated as a holiday.(Pic EFE)

Chilean police fired tear gas and water cannon on Sunday to break up thousands of indigenous protesters demanding land rights and condemning Columbus Day, after masked demonstrators began throwing stones.

Monday, October 13th 2014 - 07:04 UTC

Head of Pentagon underlines military partnership of the US with Chile

Hagel is on a three-countries six-day visit to South America and on Monday will attend the Americas Defense ministers conference in Peru

US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel met with government leaders in the Chilean capital of Santiago on Sunday to discuss deepening the U.S. military partnership with Chile.

Saturday, October 4th 2014 - 08:25 UTC

Pacific Alliance and Mercosur will attempt convergence, sponsored by Chile

“At this stage it is not realistic to think about a tariffs and regulations convergence, given the existing differences”, admitted minister Muñoz.

A first meeting to assess opportunities for accords between the Alliance of the Pacific and Mercosur will take place next November in Santiago de Chile confirmed, confirmed Chilean foreign minister Heraldo Muñoz.

Thursday, October 2nd 2014 - 06:34 UTC

Magallanes region in extreme south Chile has the lowest unemployment rate

In Punta Arenas the economy has created new jobs in agriculture, livestock, fisheries and education

The extreme south region of Chile, Magallanes continues with record low unemployment, less than half the national average, according to the official stats for the mobile June/August quarter. While the Chilean national average unemployment is 6.7% in Magallanes it stands at 3.3%, and 0.8 percentage points less than a year ago.

Wednesday, September 24th 2014 - 04:53 UTC

The first 'UK-Germany climate change diplomacy day' celebrated in Santiago

Deputy Head of Mission Mal Green said that bilaterally, the UK has been working with Chile to help 'decarbonise' its economy

The British and German embassies in Santiago hosted the first UK-Germany Climate Change Diplomacy Day. The joint initiative was organised to increase the awareness of the importance of climate change as it is a critical issue for both countries.

Monday, September 22nd 2014 - 06:00 UTC

Chile will host next year the Adventure Travel World summit

ATTA’s president Shannon Stowell said “Chile has embraced the foundation of what it means to develop a sustainable tourism model.

Chile has won the bid to host the Adventure Travel World Summit (ATWS) in 2015. The adventure tourism industry’s foremost annual gathering will take place from October 5th to the 8th in the town of Puerto Varas, in the Lake Region of Chile.

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