International trade will expand by an unprecedented 13.5 this year, the World Trade Organization said, revising its forecast because of a faster-than-expected recovery in flows of global commerce.
Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is expected in New York Wednesday to meet an intensive agenda that includes addressing the UN General Assembly next Friday when a strong call for Falklands/Malvinas negotiations is expected.
Every day it becomes more difficult for the UK to justify before the international community why it looks down on United Nations General Assembly resolutions, said the Argentine ambassador before the UN in direct reference to the Falklands/Malvinas sovereignty dispute.
Recovery in the United States is under way but at such a moderate pace that painfully high unemployment rates will persist for some time, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said on Monday
Brazil’s ruling party presidential candidate Dilma Rousseff accused the newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo of defamation for publishing an article linking her to alleged irregularities during her time as an official and, in this way, joined the criticisms against certain media formulated by President Lula da Silva.
Relations between the UK and Brazil were strengthened this month following the signing last week in Brazil of a Defence Cooperation Treaty between the two countries, according to the English publication Defence News and Business.
An advisor to China's central bank has rebuffed criticism from the US over Beijing's exchange rate policy. In a speech in Beijing, Li Daokui said China will not appreciate the Yuan solely because of external pressure.
Argentina’s GDP expanded 9.4% in the first half of the year compared with the same period in 2009, according to the latest release from the country’s Statistics Institute, Indec. But inflation is becoming a greater challenge as the country moves into presidential electoral year 2011.
Uruguayan market analysts don’t believe Brazil’s attempts to prevent its currency from continuing to appreciate will have a relevant impact for Uruguay or for its foreign exchange rate.
For some residents of rural East Yorkshire in England it is quicker to send a message by carrier pigeon than rely on broadband internet – and that's official.