Workers of the Contreras Mogetta BBBC Consorcio De Cooperación hired by Galaxy Lithium to exploit the Sal de Vida mine in the Argentine province of Catamarca have gone on strike citing overdue payments and non-compliance with the supply of proper gear.
The international produce company Frutura has bought over the Uruguay-based Citrícola Salteña, a leading global supplier and marketer of high-quality citrus and juice.
A group of union leaders representing Paraguyay's lorry drivers Thursday announced they would lift the road blockades if the Senate passes the bill to create a fuel price stabilization fund.
Brazil's oil company Petrobras came under heavy criticism Wednesday from President Jair Bolsonaro, who claimed the decision to raise the price of fuel at pumps was both absurd and a crime against the population.
Argentina's Public Defender's Office set out a booklet with a list of recommendations for the adequate treatment by media of issues linked to the sovereignty dispute over the Falklands/Malvinas, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, and adjoining maritime spaces with the purpose of avoiding inaccuracies towards audiences.
The Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday it raised its target for short-term interest rates a quarter-percentage point to 0,50% and anticipated six/seven more rate increase for the rest of 2022, as the US faces the highest inflation in four decades.
A group of veterans of the 1982 Falklands/Malvinas War was repelled with tear gas Wednesday by the Buenos Aires police during a demonstration in front of the PAMI social security agency where they demanded the fulfillment of the medical care program to which they are entitled.
Argentine opposition Congressman Mario Negri wants Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelenski to deliver a message to Parliament as he did before western powers legislatures.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and Anoosheh Ashoori, who hold dual British and Iranian citizenship, have arrived back in the United Kingdon in the early hours of Thursday local time after being imprisoned in their native country for several years.
A Honduran judge Wednesday ruled in favor of extraditing former President Juan Orlando Hernández to the United States, where he is wanted for alleged drug trafficking and illegal use of weapons.