Argentine President Alberto Fernández Monday celebrated Brazil's return to all international forums and announced that we have clearly decided to put the link between Argentina and Brazil back on track with full force, following his meeting with President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva.
Brazilian markets plummeted Monday during President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva's first working day in office following his inauguration speech and his first measures as head of state.
Newly-appointed Foreign Minister Mauro Vieira promised to rebuild Brazilian diplomacy to bring South America's largest country back to the great stage of international relations.
Presidential summit meetings of the Mercosur alliance were usually sedate comfortable affairs until Uruguay decided to “open up to the world” under its pro-business President Luis Lacalle Pou.
Uruguay's Senate Wednesday approved each article in particular of the social security reform bill, which will now go to the Lower House for further deliberation.
Argentina's Ambassador to Brazil and former Vice President Daniel Scioli Wednesday highlighted the importance of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's victory and how it will help consolidate trade between South America's two largest countries.
The unofficial blue dollar traded for AR$ 355 Tuesday in Argentina, thus reaching a new record high. It was an AR$ $9 increase in one day, AR$ 30 in one week, and AR$ 41 so far in December.
Argentina's Sergio Massa has been named among the 10 most influential people of the year in the economic and financial world by the leading Brazilian newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo. The list also includes Elon Musk, Jerome Powell, Bernard Arnault, and Christine Lagarde.
Brazil has paid off “almost all” of its debts with international bodies such as the United Nations (UN) and the International Labor Organization (ILO), the South American country's Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
After Argentine President Alberto Fernández announced Monday that the federal government would abide by last week's Supreme Court (CSJN) ruling and pay the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (CABA) its share of the so-called co-participation funds but not with pesos, Mayor Horacio Rodríguez Larreta's administration filed a complaint before the Supreme Court.