The Argentine government and its economic crimes bureau, Procelac, filed on Monday a complaint against Spanish group Marsans for an alleged move to “sell” a lawsuit filed before the World Bank’s ICSID over Aerolineas Argentinas and Austral expropriations, to Burford Capital, a speculative fund. ICSID stands for International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes.
Beijing has unveiled its long-awaited blueprint for restructuring its mammoth state enterprise sector, including partial privatization, as data pointed to a cooling in the world's second-largest economy.
Brazil's government announced on Monday spending cuts and tax increases totaling 65 billion Reais ($16.9 billion) as it races to close a budget deficit that led to a downgrade of the country's credit rating last week.
The consumer price index in Tierra del Fuego, extreme south of Argentina climbed 2.3% in August, totaling 17.4% in the first eight months and 28.4% in the last twelve months, according to the province's stats and census office.
The Organization of American States (OAS) supports holding the first round of presidential elections in Haiti on the scheduled date of October 25, and for that reason, the Director of the Department for Electoral Cooperation and Observation (DECO), Gerardo de Icaza, on Monday travelled to the Caribbean country.
United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch won’t say if outgoing president Sepp Blatter is a target of an expanding probe into FIFA corruption, but anticipated she expects more charges against individuals and entities.
Former Brazilian president Lula da Silva, “intimately celebrates” a possible political action that would remove president Dilma Rousseff from the Planalto Palace, according to one of the country's most respected and serious dailies, O Estado de Sao Paulo.
Pope Francis has warned against the risk that militants could slip into Europe under cover of a huge wave of refugees fleeing war in Syria but also said the migrant crisis could help reawaken the continent's conscience.
'Following the controversial election of Jeremy Corbyn as the new leader of the British Labour Party, the Daily Mail published, on Monday 15th September, the following letter which was written by Patrick Watts who was Head of Falklands Radio 1977-1999 and who was broadcasting at the time of the Argentine Invasion in April 1982.'