Uruguay

Uruguay
Friday, June 20th 2014 - 07:15 UTC

Striker Suarez admitted having dreamt he would score two goals

The first head goal was a combination with Cavani

Striker Luis Suarez admitted he had dreamt he was going to score two goals, the two that helped Uruguay defeat England 2-1 in the 2014 World Cup and leaves the team led by Gerard in a most uncomfortable position.

Friday, June 20th 2014 - 06:50 UTC

Uruguay advances details of third oil and gas bid round Punta del Este basin

Four ultra-deepwater (3.000/4.000 meters) and seven shallow-water blocks will be on offer

Uruguay has released a draft map of four ultra-deepwater and seven shallow-water blocks in the Punta del Este-Atlantic basin that will be on offer in the country’s third oil and gas bid round next year, officials said in Moscow this week, according to the oil and gas site Upstream.

Friday, June 20th 2014 - 06:19 UTC

Mujica delivers Obama message to Castro: 'let's talk about lifting the trade embargo”

Mujica with Obama at the White House during last month's visit to Washington

Uruguay's president Jose Mujica delivered a message from Barak Obama to Cuba's Raul Castro proposing the opening of dialogue to discuss the blockade, reported the Montevideo media on Thursday. The occasion was the recent G77 summit held in Bolivia.

Wednesday, June 18th 2014 - 23:04 UTC

Queen Elizabeth’s birthday celebrated in Uruguay

British Ambassador to Uruguay Mr. Ben Lyster-Binns delivering his Queen´s birthday speech at the British Embassy in Montevideo.

Her Majesty the Queen´s 88th birthday was celebrated at the British Embassy in Uruguay when Ambassador Ben Lyster- Binns and his wife Belinda hosted a reception for 300 invited guests.

Wednesday, June 18th 2014 - 08:31 UTC

Uruguay economy growing at a slower pace: imports up; exports stagnant

Manufacturing and construction activity strongly influenced by the pulp industry

Uruguay's economy expanded 2.4% in the first quarter compared with the same 2013 period, but contracted 0.4% compared with the fourth quarter of last year, the central bank said this week. However deceleration is a fact since growth of the first quarter in 2013 has gone up 4.6% over 2012.

Tuesday, June 17th 2014 - 07:06 UTC

Argentina questions UPM-Botnia's political influence on Uruguayan government

Timerman: it all happened following the visit of a Finnish minister to Montevideo

Argentine foreign minister Hector Timerman said that the pulp mill dispute with Uruguay is 'political' and wondered how great is Finland's' Botnia-UPM influence in the country, but at the same time underlined that all chances of dialogue have been 'exhausted'.

Monday, June 16th 2014 - 06:26 UTC

Cristina Fernandez and Mujica, so close but ever so distant

Almagro sent a letter to Timerman inviting him to dialogue but also recalling a long list of non delivered Argentine promises

The lasted chapter of the resurgent diplomatic conflict between Argentina and Uruguay was not addressed during a brief encounter of presidents Cristina Fernandez and Jose Mujica in Bolivia where they attended the G77 plus China summit over the weekend.

Saturday, June 14th 2014 - 09:29 UTC

Argentina on the war path against Uruguay following re-ignition of pulp mill dispute

Timerman called for the immediate back-rolling of Uruguay's authorization to increase UPM pulp mill production

Argentina reacted strongly and with a letter in harsh terms to Uruguay's decision to authorize Finland's UPM-Kymmene pulp mill to increase annual production by 8%. The letter addressed by Foreign minister Hector Timerman to his peer Luis Almagro informs Argentina will take the case to international tribunals and is currently 'reassessing' bilateral relations.

Friday, June 13th 2014 - 08:37 UTC

Uruguay's main parties completed their presidential tickets for 26 October

Broad Front presidential ticket, Vazquez with Sendic

Uruguay's ruling coalition and the main opposition National party have finally worked out their presidential tickets for October's general election, following on the results, and subsequent negotiations, of the June first primary elections.

Thursday, June 12th 2014 - 07:39 UTC

Beijing hosts this year's Meat Congress; China has become Uruguay's main beef client

The event in Beijing will attract the world's main producers and exporters

China will be holding this year's World Meat Congress in Beijing, an event traditionally hosted by meat producing and exporting countries. However the significance of the world's second largest economy and its booming demand for meat have made it the right place for the 14/16 June conference.

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