The United States Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC has given the much awaited green light to the huge restructuring package of Argentine debt.
Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPA), Elena Espinosa said she was most satisfied with the European Commission (EC) and the European Union (EU) presidency support for Spain's claims regarding fishery quotas and total allowable catches (TAC) for 2005.
Chilean beef and cheese exports; Magallanes Expo next January; Mega hotel in Puerto Natales.
Three different expeditions have successfully reached the South Pole during the current season and others are on their way, reports La Prensa Austral from Punta Arenas.
The Chilean presidential pre-candidate Michelle Bachelet from the ruling coalition would win by a 51% landslide in the first round of presidential elections, if they were held next Sunday, according to a public opinion poll from Fundación Chile 21.
Did Fitzroy farm manager Alan Eagle see a ripple from the Sumatra Tsunami on Sunday evening? It seems possible that the effect of the Boxing Day Asian Earthquake may have been noticed here in a small creek at the East Falkland settlement.
The Investment branch from the Brazilian Agency for the promotion of Exports, APEX, will be officially launched by president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva January 16 in Davos, Switzerland, the largest world gathering of political and business leaders.
The Free Trade Association of the Americas, Mercosur-European Union talks and the World Trade Organization Doha round are the three main international challenges for Mercosur next year.
Bilateral trade between Venezuela and China will reach 3 billion US dollar in 2005, double this year, President Hugo Chavez said on his return to Venezuela following a five-day official visit to Beijing which was also another strategic move to lessen dependency from the dominating regional power.
Aerolineas Argentinas under the control of the Spanish tourism consortium Marsans cancelled this week the third and final payment of its 169,2 million US dollars October 2001 agreement with creditors.