Brazil's Superior Electoral Court (TSE) Chief Justice Alexandre De Moraes Thursday launched an appeal on all citizens to cast their votes during next Sunday's runoff pitting incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro against the former head of state Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva.
Meta's stock fell 23% Thursday after the third quarter's results were released. The data showed the Reality Labs division (which encompasses its VR, XR, and Metaverse) posted US$ 3.7 billion in operating losses.
Mexico has submitted a bid to host the 2036 Summer Olympic Games. If that option is not possible then the Latin American country is also open to being awarded the 2040 competition.
Security and Interior Ministers of all Mercosur countries convened this week in Uruguay's capital to discuss the current situation in the region and pledged to improve criminal information systems among member nations, according to a document signed Wednesday.
Brazil's Superior Electoral Court (TSE) Wednesday rejected a petition from incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro's campaign team that alleged irregularities in the broadcast of radio electoral propaganda be investigated.
Despite the collapse in public opinion approval of Chilean president Gabriel Boric, the government's opposition have valued the change of attitude from the leader, in recent weeks when referring to crucial areas such as law and order, although admitting there are still pockets of resistance in the government.
Since British Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt pushed back this year's autumn statement (expected “mini budget”) --from Halloween to 17 November--. Bank of England who are meeting on 3 November have been left without guidance as to the government's tax and spending policies.
On Friday October 20, Uruguay issued its first sustainability-linked bonds (SLB), with a step-down mechanism that is activated if it reaches certain environmental targets. The purpose is to align the country’s sovereign debt policy with its climate goals by issuing a bond that links the coupon to compliance with the climate and environmental goals that the country set in its first Naturally Determined Contribution (NDC) to the Paris Agreement.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) announced the four winners of the fifth Superheroes of Development contest, which rewards creative and innovative solutions used in development projects financed by the IDB, IDB Invest and IDB Lab (IDB Group) in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Another record year for Brazil/Canada bilateral trade. Between January and September of this year, the trade flow – which represents the sum of imports and exports – totaled US$ (FOB) 8.223 billion, surpassing the US$ (FOB) 7.497 billion accumulated in the 12 months of 2021.