Cuban and Argentina have agreed on mutual agricultural cooperation to boost the livestock of the Caribbean country with the support of the National Institute of Agricultural Technology (INTA) and Argentine companies, it was announced Tuesday.
The shortage of diesel fuel, which at first affected only 8 provinces, has spread to the extent that Patagonia is the only region not yet going through a crisis, it was reported.
After the strong reduction in visibility registered in the country this Monday due to fog and mist, which according to the Uruguayan Institute of Meteorology (Inumet) will persist until next Thursday, the ports of Montevideo, Colonia, and Buenos Aires decided to close, reported the Uruguayan newspaper El Observador.
The rising aura of Argentina's peculiar Libertarian Congressman Javier Milei took a turn downwards following his statements about opening up the sale of human organs because it was a market just like any other, a nationwide survey by the consulting firm Zuban Córdoba y Asociados has shown.
Some seven decades ago when the crowing of the princess to become Queen Elizabeth II, Argentine president General Juan Domingo Peron sent as his representative and envoy to the ceremony his vice president, Admiral Alberto Teisaire.
Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro said Argentina's President would represent all those countries excluded from the Summit of the Americas starting Monday in Los Angeles, California.
Former Argentine Vice President and current Ambassador to Brazil Daniel Scioli has been picked to replace Productive Development Minister Matías Kulfas, after President Alberto Fernández acquiesced to Cristina Fernández de Kirchner's advice to use the pen.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández and Vice-President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK) spoke to each other once again Friday during the celebration of the state-run oil company YPF's 100th anniversary.
Year-on-year inflation in Uruguay in the month of May of 2022 has been reported to still be nearly 35% above the target range set by the government of President Luis Lacalle Pou, while exports amounted to US$ 1.5 billion, which set a record high.
Argentine Libertarian Congressman Javier Milei said he was in favor of the sale of human organs or transplants because it is just another market. After stirring controversies among authorities coordinating these operations, Milei insisted that under a free market, transplants would work much, much better.