A new controversy regarding boundaries between Chile and Argentina has erupted following the issuance of charts allegedly violation of a 1984 treaty.
Chile and Argentina have resurfaced an ongoing dispute over the extent of the continental shelf in the extreme south of the South American continent, but hopefully, both sides have agreed to sit and discuss the issue bilaterally, peacefully and abstaining from any statement and/or action that can hamper the process of a harmonious dialogue.
Incumbent Governor Gustavo Valdés of the Radical Civil Union (UCR) was reelected Sunday for a new four-year term in office at the helm of the Argentine province of Corrientes.
The percentage of Brazilian indebted families reached 72,9% in August, considered a new record and a direct consequence of the economic hardships because of the pandemic, unemployment and inflation, according to a release from the National Confederation of Retail, Services and Tourism, CNC.
Electricity supply in New Orleans was cut and the property was damaged Sunday as Hurricane Ida hit the State of Louisiana, it was reported.
Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou said that “in 2029 I should be old” and downplayed his possible attempt at a new term in office. That year he will turn 56.
The Chilean central bank made public on Friday its latest Survey of Financial Operators, ahead of the Monetary Policy meeting scheduled to take place next Tuesday when most market analysts anticipate the bank will decide on a 25 points increase to its basic Monetary Policy rate from 0,75% to 1%.
The Argentine Senate unanimously approved the bill which reviews and establishes new values for fines and sanctions for illegal fishing activities in the country's EEZ.
A high ranking Israeli health official has admitted the country is having second thoughts about what it means to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as cases mount nationwide and the third dose of vaccine is being made available for whoever wants to take it.
Wall Street climbed on Friday while S&P and Nasdaq reached new historic highs for the fourth time in the week following on statements from Fed chairman Jerome Powell at the Jackson Hole symposium when he anticipated a moderate, non-aggressive calendar reduction in the purchase of bonds.