Chilean Deputies Wednesday filed for the impeachment of President Sebastián Piñera for his ivolvement in financial and entrepreneurial transactions disclosed earlier this month in the so-called Pandora Papers.
Colombian budget carrier Viva Air plans to start flying in 2022 from Buenos Aires to Bogotá and Medellín and on to the United States, Mexico City or the Caribbean, it was reported Wednesday.
Chile's Monetary Policy Group, GPM, recommended on Tuesday that the Central Bank raises 100 points the Monetary Policy Rate, taking it from the current 1,5% to 2,5%, because of an upsurge of inflation and to safeguard the macroeconomic stability of the country.
Brazilian market analysts raised their forecasts for inflation and the Selic key interest rate for 2022 as increasing fuel and food costs plus resurgent demand for services are spiking prices as the pandemic seems to be coming to an end.
Argentine Economy Minister Martín Guzmán Tuesday met in Washington DC with International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva to further discuss renegotiations of the country's US $ 45 billion debt.
Charges against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro have been filed before the Hague-based International Criminal Court (ICC) for deforestation of the Amazon, it was announced Tuesday.
Venezuelan General Raúl Baduel, a former ally of President Hugo Chávez who later became one of the country's most notorious political prisoners, has died Tuesday of COVID-19 at the age of 66 and while still incarcerated.
Chilean scientists with teams of students are analyzing the impact of invasive or introduced species in Tierra del Fuego on autochthonous fauna, such as the case of some King Penguin rookeries that have become the target of foxes targeting their chicks.
A recent study by pollster Cifra has shown 77% of Uruguayans were in favour of anti-COVID-19 vaccination requirements for people willing to attend football stadiums, movie theatres or concerts, it was announced Tuesday in Montevideo.
Brazil's orthodox Economy minister Paulo Guedes anticipated that the multilateral institutions such as the IMF, once again are going to err their forecasts on the Brazilian economy growth. The comment follows on the IMF release stating that the Brazilian economy is estimated to grow 5,2% this year and 1,5% in 2022, below the government's forecasts.