The visiting Argentine reporter Hugo Alconada Mon who is in the Falkland Islands reporting for the Buenos Aires daily La Nacion, on the 40th anniversary of the April 2nd Argentine military invasion and occupation of the Falklands, has included in his round of interviews, British Forces South Atlantic Islands Commander, Jonathan Lett.
After several adjustments in the price of fuel, Uruguay's state-run oil company ANCAP reaped profits worth US$ 88 million, authorities from the petrol supplier reported Tuesday in Montevideo.
Even after Uruguay's national Government has decreed the end of the sanitary restrictions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, the City Hall of Montevideo Tuesday urged the population to keep wearing facemasks “in buses, cabs, and other means of passenger transport.”
Exxon Mobil is investing heavily off the coast of Guyana expecting future production of some 1,2 million barrels per day of oil and gas by 2027. According to the company the fourth oil project production off Guyana will receive an investment of US$ 10 billion.
Argentina expressed concern and requested specific measures from Brazilian authorities because of the presence in Sao Paulo at the World Trade Market, Latin America fair, of a Falkland Islands' stand.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has issued a recommendation to the Government of Paraguay IMF to keep an eye on inflation and move forward with structural reforms in addition to improving State spending.
Brazil is forecasted to have a beef production of 9.85 million tons (in carcass-weight equivalent) in 2022, according to the estimates from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Such a volume should exceed the 9.5 million tons recorded in 2021.
Princess Royal has joined veterans at a service to remember those who fought or died in the Falklands War, and to mark the conflict’s 40th anniversary. The Falkland Islands Government organized the service of reflection and remembrance in St Faith’s Chapel at St Paul’s Cathedral on Tuesday.
Belarus announced that it is authorizing licenses for the export of potash beginning this month, according to the official news agency RIA. Russia's close ally is the world’s third-largest producer of potash, widely used in soy production. Belaruskali, a local state-owned company, is among the world’s leading companies in the field.
As cases of COVID-19 worldwide are waning down and more so are the disease's deadly effects, scientists worldwide are beginning to harbor new concerns over the appearance and spread of the so-called recombinant lineages of the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant.