International Air Transport Association (IATA)'s Regional Vice President for America Peter Cerda Friday said Argentina was doing just the opposite compared to the rest of the world regarding aviation services and that such mercurial management might entail unwanted consequences.
Brazil's Supreme Court (STF) Justice Rosa Weber Friday acquiesced to a request from Deputy Attorney General Humberto Jacques de Medeiros to launch an inquiry into President Jair Bolsonaro's involvement in an alleged case of corruption regarding the purchase of Indian-made coronavirus vaccines.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández has yet again issued another emergency decree (DNU) which would allow for the purchase of anticoronavirus vaccines from suppliers other than those already cleared to be handled in the country.
The US dollar was traded at R$ 5.05 apiece Friday amid Brazil's volatile context with President Jair Bolsonaro under investigation for alleged corruption and a mega request for his impeachment already in Congress.
Paraguay's inflation in June stood at 0.4%, according to a Central Bank report issued Friday in Asunción. The new data showed a slight improvement, compared to May's 0.6%, for a total of 1.5% in the first half of the year 2021.
Argentine budget carrier Flybondi is to resume domestic services after 15 months grounded due to restrictions on the circulation of people owing to sanitary reasons, it was announced.
Colombian President Iván Duque said that during the past months of political and social unrest, “the rule of law, institutionality, and democracy has prevailed,” despite the numerous cases of police brutality and human rights violations that have been reported.
China officially launches its voluntary fishing moratorium on the high seas from July this year to preserve squid resources in open waters, according to a resolution from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs on June 28 and reported by the Xinhua news agency.