The Argentine Río Santiago Shipyard (ARS) is to launch the 94th Navy Cadet Instruction Boat (LICA) Ciudad de Ensenada this coming Monday, Oct. 18, which will mark the facility's first delivery after nine years, during which it was on the brink of bankruptcy.
Latam this week requested the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York an extension of the deadline to lodge its restructuring plan until 26 November. The request supports the continuity of the advances in negotiations with the different parts interested in the Chapter 11 process argued the Chilean group in its presentation.
Uruguay's Tourism Minister Tabaré Viera Thursday announced his country would include COVID-19 vaccination to incoming foreign travellers when the country's borders are fully reopened.
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary-General Luis Almagro Thursday pledged he would ask the United Nations to request the exhumation and autopsy of the late Venezuelan General Raúl Baduel, who died of COVID-19 while incarcerated by the Nicolás Maduro regime for alleged political crimes.
Argentina's newly-appointed Domestic Trade Secretary Roberto Feletti Thursday announced authorities would closely monitor compliance on the part of retailers regarding 1,247 food and other basic items made available at affordable prices until January 7, 2022.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will hold its 2022 annual meeting of governors between March 17 and 20, 2022 at the most exclusive Uruguayan beach resort of Punta del Este, it was announced this week in Washington DC.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Thursday highlighted China's importance as a strategic Asia-Pacific partner in terms of foreign trade and investments.
The United States is returning to the United Nations Human Rights Council next January, after having withdrawn in 2018 under the Donald Trump administration. Washington secured 168 votes, far more than the simple majority of 97 required and will sit for the next three years.
Bolivia's Minister of the Presidency María Nela Prada Thursday announced the Government had decided to withdraw the Bill Against the Legitimation of Illicit Profits in a move to avoid further confrontation among fellow nationals, following nationwide demonstrations against the initiative earlier this week.
In 1930 Uruguay won the first Football world Jules Rimet Cup after defeating Argentina in the final game. The two countries with other members of Mercosur, possibly Paraguay and Chile have/had hopes of organizing the 2030 major event, and apparently, there were some exploratory conversations on the matter.