The Government of Uruguay Monday announced a small reduction in the price of fuel at pumps due to the use -for the first time- of the new Import Parity Price (PPI) adjustment formula devised by the current administration.
Disruptions of global maritime transport and major rivers struck by insufficient water flow to allow vessels to navigate are threatening beef exports Mercosur, including Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay, when prices for food commodities are rising all over the world.
The United States has ended its military presence in Afghanistan after 20 years, General Frank McKenzie of the Central Command (CENTCOM), announced Monday at a press conference from the Pentagon.
Researchers in the Argentine province of Córdoba have found traces of the coronavirus Delta variant in the sewage network, it was reported Monday.
Brazilian agribusiness entities Monday issued a joint statement in defence of the country's institutions in an attempt to calm down the seemingly neverending disputes between President Jair Bolsonaro with the Federal Supreme Court (STF) and also with the National Congress.
A scientific report released Monday by the organization MapBiomas showed that 65% of mining activities carried out in the Brazilian Amazon basin were not legal.
Brazil's National Supply Company, Conab, anticipated forecasts for the coming grains and oilseeds season 2021/22. The soy crop is expected to reach some 141,26 million tons or a 3.9% increase over the current harvest.
China has implemented strict regulations regarding video gaming by minors below 18, which will be limited to three hours a week to combat what authorities have described as the spiritual opium.
Chile presented on Monday a Plan to combat Drought to increase the provision of water and improve its efficient use thus ensuring the supply for human consumption and the production of food.
Chile announced on Monday that foreign tourists on cruise expeditions to Antarctica can call and land in the country as long as they comply with a strict sanitary protocol. Andrea Wolleter, head of Chile's tourism services made the announcement following on reiterated petitions from organizations linked to the tourism industry as well as regional and city officials.