Brazil will extend a tax break for the car and furniture industries until the end of the year to help boost sales depressed by a slowing economy, the government said on Monday. This measure should also help boost President Dilma Rousseff's bid for re-election next October.
China will court-martial one of its most senior former military officers on charges of corruption, state media said, the highest-ranking official to date felled in President Xi Jinping's battle against deep-rooted and pervasive graft.
The OAS Permanent Council, responding to an Argentine request, agreed to convene a Meeting of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs on Thursday, July 3 the headquarters of the OAS in Washington DC to discuss “Sovereign Debt Restructuring: The Case of Argentina and its Systemic Consequences.”
Argentina confirmed that next Monday, 7 July it will hold a meeting with Judge Thomas Griesa delegate, Daniel Pollack, in the framework of the current litigation with speculative funds, according to a Monday release from the Ministry of Economy in Buenos Aires.