The exchange between agricultural producers in the Falkland Islands and specialists in the Uruguayan sheep sector has become stronger in recent days since a delegation from the islands toured the country visiting sites related to the textile industry.
It was 26 September 1941 when an Argentine navy captain presented to the Naval War School a plan to invade, capture and retain the Falkland Islands. Circumstances were different to those nowadays or in 1982, world war and events made Argentina fear the transfer of the Islands to some other country, be it of South or North America and thus she must prepare secretly before they change owner, creating a favorable situation for its interests.
Argentine gross public debt climbed 3% at the end of the second quarter of the year and has reached US$ 337.367 million compared to US$ 327.166 million in the same period last year, according to the Financial Secretariat.
In the tropical Bolivian city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, a wealthy farming hub on the edge on the Amazon rainforest, President Evo Morales gathered with ranchers late last month to celebrate a maiden shipment of beef to China.
Brazil’s Vice President Hamilton Mourao said on Monday that Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Brazil in November, as the two nations seek to strengthen political and economic ties at a time of global trade tensions.
Consumer price inflation in Brazil was well contained in August, as forecast, reinforcing expectations of deeper interest rate cuts by the central bank as it tries to fire up economic growth.
Jamaica won the Men’s Division I tournament of the 2019 Amerigol LATAM Cup on Sunday, while the Falkland Islands won the Men's Division II tournament.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini on Monday reaffirmed the bloc's drive to deepen trade with Cuba and counter a wave of lawsuits against European firms as Washington increases pressure on the communist-run island.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said on Monday in a video from his hospital bed that he is ready to go back to work after having a hernia operation and his spokesman said he will reassume the presidency on Thursday as planned.
Former Peru president Alberto Fujimori has been taken to hospital again with heart problems, his doctor announced on Monday. Alejandro Aguinaga said the 81-year-old former president was taken to Lima's Centenario clinic on Saturday night “with cardiac problems.”