Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri Thursday said in a radio interview that he would not be a candidate in the 2023 elections, despite all signs pointing in that direction after the announcement of his new book to be released on Oct. 18.
During her appearance in Washington DC at the Center for Global Development (CGD), Uruguay's Economy Minister Azucena Arbeleche Thursday highlighted the importance of inclusive and sustainable growth.
Brazil's oil and natural gas production in the month of August of 2022 reached 3.967 million barrels per day (bpd), the National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP) reported Thursday in the Dynamic Panel of Oil and Natural Gas Production.
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Thursday praised the commitment of Argentine President Alberto Fernández's administration to comply with the debt-repayment program agreed upon.
Following the recent Falkland Islands' Executive Council decision not to proceed with the new port facility construction as tendered by BAM, Members of the Legislative Assembly are committed to ensuring that the facilities at the current FIPASS port terminal continue to function while options in respect of the future operational requirements for the facilities at the location are examined.
Chile's Central Bank Wednesday announced an increase of 50 basis points to the Monetary Policy Rate (TPM) which has been now set at 11.25% in a unanimous decision by the Board aimed at tackling inflation.
Argentina is to receive US$ 700 million to increase the Central Bank's reserves after the IDB Board of Directors agreed Wednesday to a Special Development Financing (SDL) package in light of Superminister Sergio Massa's presence in Washington DC for the annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank.
Argentina's comptroller and former Vice-Presidential candidate Miguel Ángel Pichetto Wednesday launched his 2023 bid for Casa Rosada on behalf of Encuentro Republicano Federal, the Peronist leg to enter the primaries within the Together for Chance (Juntos por el Cambio - JxC) opposition alliance.
A medal received by a dog who served in the Second World War has broken a world record – more than six times over – by being sold for £140,000 at auction. Included with Rob the war dog's Dickin Medal and his RSPCA Red Collar for Valour were a painted portrait, photographs, a certificate, manuscripts, books and letters.
São Paulo's State Health Secretariat Wednesday confirmed the first death statewide of a patient suffering from monkeypox. The patient was a 26-year- old local male resident in South America's largest city, Agencia Brasil reported.