Argentina's Superminister of Economy, Industry, and Agriculture Sergio Massa Monday signed an agreement with US Ambassador Marc Stanley for the automatic exchange between the two countries of information about undeclared assets owned by local taxpayers.
An Argentine court of appeals Monday lifted an injunction order from a lower magistrate, thus clearing the way for offshore oil drilling off Mar del Plata, but it demanded a maximum level of control in the operations.
Brazil's yearly inflation has been projected to reach 5.92% by the end of 2022, a 0.01% increase from last week's estimates, according to the Central Bank's (BCB) bulletin released Monday, while the Gross Domestic Product is expected to close at 3.05%.
Remittances to low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in 2022 grew an estimated 5% to US$626 billion, according to the latest World Bank Migration and Development Brief.
United States gasoline prices have declined on average 16 cents to US$ 3,403 a gallon, while gas prices have declined 43 cents over the past 30 days, and are US$ 1.01 cents higher than a year ago.
Peru and Ecuador last week declared three-month health emergencies because of outbreaks of bird flu after a wave of cases led to tens of millions of poultry being slaughtered in Europe and the United States.
By Chris Patten - The United Kingdom’s new prime minister has inherited a mountain of economic problems, including runaway inflation and a shrinking GDP. To fix his predecessors’ blunders and avoid a humiliating electoral defeat, he must stand up to his party’s far-right extremists.
Five-time champions Brazil Monday advanced to the quarterfinals of the Qatar 2022 football World Cup with a 4-1 rout of South Korea giving Uruguay some comfort that had they not been eliminated earlier they would have most likely had to endure a similar disgrace.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández sent a message through the national broadcast network announcing he would be instructing the Justice Ministry and the representative of the Executive Branch within the Council of the Magistracy to investigate a news report that a group of judges and other high-ranking officials had convened at the Patagonian estate of British tycoon Joe Lewis, who is said to be a close friend of former President Mauricio Macri's.
White House Spokesman Andrew Bates Sunday said in a statement that attacking the Constitution and all it stands for is anathema to the soul of our nation and should be universally condemned.