Inflation in China eased slightly in September but high prices, especially for food, remain a concern for the country's population. Consumer prices rose 6.1% last month, compared with the same month last year, the National Bureau of Statistics said.
Britain’s Defence Secretary Liam Fox has resigned after a week of pressure over his working relationship with friend and self-styled adviser Adam Werritty. Mr Fox was being investigated amid claims he broke the ministerial code.
The Falkland Islands government responded Friday to the Argentine ambassador to United Nations Jorge Argüello for his comments on the Falklands’ economy and self-sufficiency while in Mexico.
Argos Resources Limited (AIM: ARG.L), the Falkland Islands based exploration company focused on the North Falkland Basin, is pleased to issue a new Competent Persons Report (“CPR”) prepared by Senergy (GB) Ltd (“Senergy”).
Eight out of ten voters believe that Argentine president Cristina Fernandez must make changes in her ministerial cabinet in her new government which would take off next December 10 if her re-election bid is supported as all public opinion polls indicate.
Former Uruguayan president Tabare Vazquez (2005/2010) apologized on Thursday for his statements on a “was hypothesis” with Argentina in 2006 saying they had been ‘inopportune’ and announced he was retiring from public politics activities.
“We’ve always had support from the British Government before but now it is just so strong” said Falkland Islands Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) Sharon Halford this week on her return from the United Kingdom Party Conferences.
Operators interested in running Brazil's largest airport will be required to make a minimum bid of 1.3 billion dollars, Brazil's aviation authority said on Thursday.
On October 13, 2010, the 33 trapped Chilean miners looked upon the blazing sunshine of the Atacama Desert for the first time in over two months. It was remarkable they had survived at all, but their successful rescue after so long underground was positively incredible.
President Cristina Fernández, CFK, said on Thursday that “Argentina is facing an unprecedented global crisis in an orderly and organized way” and recalled her late husband Nestor Kirchner as the great impulse behind the country’s economic and social achievements.