A new port is to be developed in the Fuegian city of Rio Grande at a cost of US$ 210 million, which will be disbursed by a group of private companies interested in promoting trade in the area, it was reported.
Former Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Herrera expressed his point of view regarding social media: In 140 characters there is no time for reflection, the father of Uruguay's current head of state pointed out in Buenos Aires as he was being inducted into Argentina's National Academy of Business Sciences (ANCEM) as a Corresponding Member.
The United Nations' International Court of Justice Thursday ruled by 10 votes to 5 in favor of Nicaragua in a case regarding Caribbean Sea waters Colombia claimed as its own.
Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 96th birthday in a private ceremony surrounded by her closest relatives at Sandringham Estate in eastern England.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva Wednesday said the greatest risk facing Argentina was inflation. She made those remarks during a speech at the Joint Assembly of the IMF and the World Bank in Washington, DC.
Mercosur Parliament (Parlasur) Wednesday announced a decision will be made on May 9 on when to vote for the dismissal of Argentine legislator Fabián “Pepín” Rodríguez Simón.
Brazil's Supreme Federal Court (STF) Wednesday decided by 10 votes against one to sentence Congressman Daniel Silveira to eight years and nine months in prison for attacking democratic institutions and posting insults against the magistrates on social media.
Protective measures for all Falkland Islands residents are being advised following a number following a number of cases of COVID-19 being confirmed at MPC. The Commander British Forces South Atlantic Islands implemented a number of precautionary measures at Mount Pleasant Complex (MPC), following a number of positive COVID-19 cases which were identified outside of quarantine it was announced on April 15. This action enabled BFSAI and the Falkland Islands Government to understand the situation in depth.
Brazilian pork exporters are facing a tight situation following the fall in shipments to China, which seems to have recovered the hog herd faster than expected, following the outbreak of African Swine Fever, ASF, a couple of years ago.
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) Wednesday confirmed it finally filed an appeal against a Florida Federal Judge's ruling which has for the time being brought the mandatory wearing of facemasks on public transport to a halt.