“If Argentine president Alberto Fernandez insists on recognizing coup-monger Pedro Castillo as the legitimate president of Peru, we should definitively say that the Malvinas islands are not Argentine, but British.”
Authorities in the Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego Friday confirmed that over 10,000 hectares of land have already been consumed by forest fires, making the current episode the largest such catastrophe in the history of the province.
Argentina's new version of the Export Increase Program (PIE) has resulted in US$ 1.824 billion worth of soybeans sold abroad, which nearly meets the government's target, it was reported Friday in Buenos Aires.
Peru's President Dina Boluarte Friday decreed a curfew in 15 provinces and the Armed Forces have taken over the country's security following mounting violence since the impeachment of Pedro Castillo Terrones on Dec. 7.
One day after her conviction, US Judiciary authorities Friday released details of the modus operandi whereby a former Hugo Chávez aide and her husband collected over US$ 100 million in bribes
Uruguay's Health Minister Daniel Salinas Friday said the COVID-19 situation in his country was totally under control and added that what matters is not the number of cases but the impact on the health system and the acute-severe respiratory infections that may be occurring.
Letters of thanks from HRH The Princess Royal and Admiral Sir Tim Lawrence, and Rear Admiral Jeremy Larken DSO following their recent visit to the Falkland Islands as part of the 40th Anniversary commemorations have been received addressed to MLA John Birmingham, currently the spokesperson for the Legislative Assembly.
During October 2022, beef exports from Argentina fell for the third month running, dropping 3% in volume month-on-month, with sales revenue down 10.4%, according to Argentina’s Chamber of Meat Industry and Commerce (CICCRA).
Brazil is on track for a record-high Brazilian soybean harvest in the marketing year 2022-23 (January-December 2023), based on forecasts from commodity consultancies and government-owned institutions. The likely estimate means a looming oversupply expected to remain until at least mid-2023.