Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva said on Wednesday that after the coup attempt that took place on January 8 he had the impression that former president Jair Bolsonaro knew about everything, during an exclusive interview with Globonews news channel.
Chile plans to start producing and exporting green hydrogen-based synthetic gasoline when the Haru Oni plant, owned by Highly Innovative Fuels (HIF), starts operating in March 2023, it was reported.
According to a report released Wednesday by Brazil's Institute of Man and Environment of the Amazon (Imazon), deforestation in 2022 hit new highs, with 10,573 km² of forest vegetation lost, Agencia Brasil reported. That surface is tantamount to that of nearly 3,000 football fields, it was explained.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres denounced Wednesday during his appearance before the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, that many countries were on the brink of recession, amid growing inflation in economies still to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Ukraine's Interior Minister Denis Monastyrskyi, Deputy Minister Yevgeny Yenin, and the ministry's state secretary Yurii Lubkovytch were among the 16 people killed Wednesday when a relief helicopter crashed in Brovary, a town of about 100,000 people in eastern Kyiv en route to one of the hot spots in our country where fighting is going on,
As Brazil continues to expand its agriculture frontiers and farming techniques, two cereals of which the country has been historically an importer are becoming increasingly self-sufficient. This is particularly true for wheat and rice, with most crops in the southern states of the country.
Falkland Islands Borders & Southern Petroleum has produced a phased development concept for its Darwin gas condensate discovery south of the Falkland Islands, which has been supported by an independent study by an international engineering consultancy.
Latin America and the Caribbean value of goods exported during 2022 rose at an estimated 18.8% rate, which represents a downward trend in the region's commerce figures of some 27,8% when comparing 2021 with 2022, according to a report from the Inter American Development Bank, IDB.
Mercosur junior member Paraguay ended 2022 with a negative trade balance of US$ 1,288.9 million, as a result of a 16,1% increase in total imports according to the country's Central Bank, BCP.
Due to strict maritime bio-security rules, the hull cleaning issue is threatening the cruise sector in Australia and New Zealand. Ports of call are dropped from the schedule, and time is spent at sea waiting for the ship’s hull to be cleaned.