The world’s soybean market is dominated by one major buyer: China, and for years, Mercosur's leading member Brazil has taken an increasingly bigger share of that trade away from the US. So much so that Brazilian shippers are even starting to dominate during the typical season lull.
The United Kingdom is to grant hundreds of new licenses to seek and drill for gas and oil in the North Sea as it tries to bolster its energy security, the government said on Monday.
All five occupants of a Chilean Air Force (FACH) helicopter that crashed Monday in the Los Lagos Region were reported dead, according to an official statement. A Bell-412 aircraft belonging to Aviation Group No. 5 suffered an accident at approximately 8.30 pm in the sector of La Cumbre, in the commune of San Juan de la Costa, according to local media.
Bolivia is shifting from a sanitary emergency to an epidemiological alert regarding Covid-19, it was reported Monday in La Paz. Today Bolivia leaves behind the international sanitary emergency and enters a national epidemiological alert, President Luis Arce Catacora announced on social networks.
A federal judge in Bariloche Monday ruled in favor of extraditing Mapuche Ancestral Resistance (RAM) leader Facundo Jones-Huala to Chile under the recommendation that the days he spent in detention in Argentina be counted as time served.
The Brazilian Association for the Development of Inland Navigation (Abani) requested the Brazilian Foreign Ministry takes steps after the Argentine decision to seize a vessel of a Brazilian company in Greater Rosario due to debts in the payment of tolls for using the Paraná River waterway, it was reported.
Ignacio Torres of the opposition Together for Change (Juntos por el Cambio - JxC) alliance finally won Sunday's gubernatorial elections in the Argentine province of Chubut with 35.71% of the votes, edging Arriba Chubut's Juan Pablo Luque, who collected 34.11% and would not admit defeat until Monday.