Even when dove hunting in Uruguay is open all year round, dove hunters should know that the best time of the year for this activity is September through April, spring-summer season in the southern hemisphere.
The second edition of Argentina’s Excopesca 2009 was opened this week at the Mar del Plata Exposition Centre. The international fishing and aquaculture industry event set to run through Saturday has attracted some 100 exhibitors representing the entire fishing industry chain of value: catch, processing, cold storage and logistics plus other sectors linked to the industry.
The thinning of ice sheets in Greenland and western Antarctica is far more extensive than was previously thought, according to new research published online in the British journal Nature.
Argentina’s Catholic Church considers “irritating” the argument that poverty had diminished in the country when it is plain evidence that this is not the case, “rather the contrary”. It is indignant for Argentina that the system should consider the excluded as “a variable of political success”.
The Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) will open its new Latinamerican headquarters in Chile next Monday, Sept. 28. J-PAL is an organization that investigates poverty and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Department of Economics.
Margarita Island, in north-eastern Venezuela, has geared up for the upcoming second South America-Africa Summit (SAAS), which will take place on Saturday and Sunday hosted by President Hugo Chavez.
Amongst the different leftist governments in Latin America, there are new and rather strident populist regimes (Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador), which seem to grab all the attention.
Uruguayan opposition parties are demanding Argentine ambassador Hernan Patiño be sanctioned for his active participation in a political rally in support of the ruling Broad Front coalition, an action described as “interference” in Uruguayan internal affairs.
Argentina's industrial production index in August rose 1.4% on the month, but was down 4.7% on the year, the Foundation for Latin American Economic Research, FIEL, said in a report released Wednesday.
Argentine exports of refrigerated beef reached 34.923 tons in August equivalent to 131.2 million US dollars, according to official data provided by Senasa (Animal Health National Service).