Standard & Poor's this week raised its credit rating on Chile by one notch to 'A+', classifying the country as the most credit-worthy emerging market and placing it on a par with Italy.
After the successful conclusion of the landmark United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bali, Indonesia, developed and developing countries alike must continue to build on the momentum generated by the meeting, an official from the world body said on Wednesday.
The United Nations Universal Postal Union, UPU, has identified the recipient of the most personalized letters in the world: a white-bearded man who prefers to wear red suits and is so reclusive that he only travels on one night of the year.
Argentine fisheries catches during the first ten months of this year have confirmed their falling tendency which has reached 16%, according to the latest reports from the Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Food Secretariat.
An influential The Washington Post columnist criticized José Miguel Insulza last Friday, questioning the increasingly clear presidential ambitions of the Chilean secretary general of the Organization of America States (OAS).
The size of China's economy is overestimated by some 40%, but it remains the world's second largest using a ranking based on purchasing power, the World Bank said Monday.
Buenos Aires daily La Nacion Sunday edition comes strongly in support of Uruguay's position and conduct, --so far--, in the pulp mills controversy with Argentina and describes incoming President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner reference to the issue during her inaugural speech before Congress as untimely.
Brazil's government managed energy firm Petrobras announced plans on Monday to invest up to one billion US dollars in Bolivia to increase natural gas production and look for new reserves of the fuel.
Falkland Islands Councillors along with representatives of other countries and Overseas Territories recently met to discuss the composition of a paper reviewing their relationship with the European Union.
Contrary to what happened a week ago in the Argentine Congress, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and Uruguay's leader Tabare Vazquez made no reference to the pulp mill conflict and exchanged praise and polite gestures during the 34th Mercosur presidential summit held Tuesday in Montevideo.