Wheat sales for the 2009-2010 season in Argentina are primarily from the crop harvested through January 2010, which was curbed by water shortages, reports Bloomberg.
Suggestion revealed in Palestine papers clashes with refugees' fundamental right to go home, say Palestinian groups according to The Guardian newspaper.
Adjusting to the “new reality,” was top of the agenda at the World Economic Forum on Tuesday. Some 2,500 business leaders, politicians and social activists are looking forward, while trying to anticipate unexpected shocks, it was reported.
Peruvian Foreign Minister Jose Antonio Garcia Belaunde meeting with the representative of the Palestine National government recognised Palestine as an “independent and sovereign state,” reported the Peruvian state news agency Andina.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned of the risks of inflation and overheating of the economy in Latin America, at a forum held in Paris.
A suicide bomber killed at least 35 people and injured a further 60, many seriously, at Russia's biggest airport in an attack that bore the hallmarks of militants fighting for an Islamist state in the north Caucasus region.
Argentine daily newspaper El Cronista on Monday reported that YPF will begin oil exploration in the Malvinas basin in February. The newspaper reports that exploration will begin 289 kilometres off the coast of Tierra del Fuego and cost U$ 150 million.
Future cooperative agreements among the countries of the Pacific Ring could reduce electricity costs in Chile’s far north by up to 25 percent. Chile’s energy costs are currently the highest in the region.
Three of every ten Argentines fall below the poverty line, 30.9% of the population, Ecolatina consultants said and they warned that “if prices continue to increase, it will be difficult for poor people’s income to beat inflation.”
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera was reportedly forced to make an emergency landing on route to his holiday home in southern Chile on Sunday, due to technical problems, Chilean radio reported.However, the president soon thereafter denied the report.