Argentina contributes for the destruction of the species Southern Blue Whiting in the South West Atlantic claim Falkland Islands Fisheries Department scientists and fishing company executives.
Despite a relatively buoyant 2011 Illex fishing season and “some optimism for the future,” one jigging company went out of business and others had problems finding the funds to pay licence fees said The Falkland Islands Director of Fisheries John Barton.
US retail sales rose in July by the largest amount in four months, Commerce Department figures show, tempering fears that the US may be slipping back into recession.
By Frederick Taylor - It was a chilly night for high summer in Berlin 50 years ago 13 August 1961, and it took East German Communists only about five hours to divide one of Europe’s grandest cities neatly in two.
Latin American stocks rose on Thursday after bargain-hunting and improving US jobs data gave the market some relief. Investors swept up shares battered by the recent market rout that had knocked about 18% off the MSCI Latin America stock index since last week.
New US claims for unemployment benefits dropped to a four-month low last week, government data showed Thursday, a rare dose of good news for an economy that has been battered by a credit rating downgrade and falling share prices.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will discuss next Tuesday how to make the Euro zone work more effectively amid persistent doubts in financial markets over Europe's ability to solve its sovereign debt crisis.
Canadian government has enlisted Bank of Nova Scotia CEO Rick Waugh to lead a group of chief executives who will help broker deeper trade and investment relations with Brazil, the world’s seventh largest economy.
The Brazilian economy may face a potential crisis as its fragile foundation could barely withstand the impact of a new global financial turmoil, a local economist warned.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff on Thursday brushed aside concerns over delays in preparations for the 2014 World Cup, insisting that all stadiums would be ready in time for the tournament.