Brazil's Economy Minister Paulo Guedes, one of the world leaders mentioned by name in the so-called Pandora Papers report released by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) admitted he had placed some of his money in offshore accounts, but “always within the law.”
Argentine Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero Tuesday met in Buenos Aires with his Uruguayan colleague Francisco Bustillo in a move to patch things up with the other three Mercosur members. Cafiero will travel to Brasilia Friday.
By Joseph E. Stiglitz (*) - Kristalina Georgieva, the IMF's Managing Director since 2019, has been a bold leader in confronting the economic fallout of the pandemic, as well as in positioning the Fund as a global pioneer on climate change. The efforts now underway to remove her are not only unjust but could hamstring the Fund's management for years to come.
Argentina's state-run Fabricaciones Militares (Military Productions) Tuesday agreed to sell dynamite for civilian purposes to the company Exsa, a member of the Peruvian group Orica.
The 2021 Chemistry Nobel Prize has been awarded to German Benjamin List and Scottish-born David MacMillan for their achievements in the development of tools for building molecules that have helped make new drugs, it was announced Wednesday in Stockholm.
Chile's opposition has agreed Tuesday to seek the impeachment of President Sebastián Piñera after the head of state's name came out in the so-called Pandora Papers report, which mentioned political leaders and celebrities worldwide who have or have had investments in tax havens.
The Government of Argentine Tuesday announced that as of Oct. 19 there will be no more caps on the arrival of nationals “by air” after the country has reached the threshold of 50% of the population vaccinated with the complete scheme.
Brazil's Parliamentary Investigative Committee (CPI) delving into the Government's management of the COVID-19 pandemic Tuesday announced it planned to accuse President Jair Bolsonaro and members of his cabinet of crimes against humanity and even genocide of indigenous peoples
After reports Tuesday announced the reinstatement of Uruguay and also Costa Rica by the European Union to the “grey” list of tax havens, Montevideo was quick to reply all the EU had done was ratify “the status of Uruguay as a cooperating jurisdiction.”
The Falkland Islands Chamber of Commerce is pleased to publish its priorities for the upcoming general election, scheduled for November 4th, titled “Business Priorities – What our business community needs to succeed”.