Hydrocarbons minister Fernando Vincenti confirmed that Bolivia is interested in extending its natural gas pipeline network to add Paraguay and Uruguay to its list of clients now limited to Mercosur main associates, Brazil and Argentina.
Talks between China, the world's biggest user of cooking oils, and Argentina regarding Beijing’s ban on imports of soybean oil from Argentina are on course although the country is moving to alternative markets said President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Lack of travel insurance and inadequate preparation compound the hazards faced by many Britons abroad, according to the Foreign Office’s new British Behaviour Abroad report.
United States President Barack Obama received a sobering message from billionaire Warren Buffett when he asked for the investment guru's views about the economic recovery, according to an interview Obama gave NBC News on Thursday.
With the euphoria of the recent fourth place in the South Africa World Cup, Uruguay celebrated on Friday July 16th the 60th anniversary of the country’s main sport greatest feat ever: winning the World Soccer Cup in Brazil in 1950.
The Madrid zoo made this week a transfer bid for Paul the oracle octopus his aquarium in Germany it would outbid all others and give him a warm welcome in gratitude for predicting Spain’s soccer World Cup win.
Venezuela has rejected Colombia's accusation that Caracas tolerates Colombian guerrillas on its territory. The charge was a desperate attempt to undermine relations between the two countries, particularly with the incoming administration of president-elect Juan Manuel Santos, the Venezuelan foreign ministry said.
Argentina proposed the gradual elimination of the Mercosur Common External Tariff, AEC, double charge and hopes the initiative will receive a first approval before Buenos Aires has to turn over the rotating chair of the trade group to Brazil next August.
Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. will invest a combined 1.2 billion US dollars to expand production in Latin America amid growing regional and export demand.
The past week’s intensely cold weather has hit farm in central and southern Chile hard, especially those growing fruits and vegetables. Production is expected to drop sharply and there has already been a 20% rise in fruit and vegetable prices.