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Stories for September 2nd 2004

  • Thursday, September 2nd 2004 - 21:00 UTC

    Chile's efforts to reduce Argentine gas dependence.

    ENAP, Chile's government owned oil company and which is leading a project to put an end to Chile's dependence on Argentine natural gas supplies, has already selected a location for constructing the plant that will re-gasify imported liquefied natural gas. The new plant will be located in Quintero, north of Valparaiso in central Chile's Region V.

  • Thursday, September 2nd 2004 - 21:00 UTC

    Fisheries News

    Headlines:
    Argentina rejects softening toothfish restrictions; Patagonian ports landed 260,000 tons; Peru looks to Galicia for fisheries joint-ventures.

  • Thursday, September 2nd 2004 - 21:00 UTC

    Supreme Court Justice Resigns in Argentina.

    A Supreme Court justice resigned on Wednesday rather than face Senate impeachment proceedings, the fourth judge targeted in a high court purge led by President Nestor Kirchner.

  • Thursday, September 2nd 2004 - 21:00 UTC

    Argentine bomb suspects acquitted.

    The five members of the so-called “local connection” implicated in the 1994 extremist bombing of a Jewish cultural center in Buenos Aires that killed 85 people were acquitted here Thursday for lack of evidence. Relatives immediately reacted calling it the “end of Justice” in Argentina.