Brazil's health ministry said on Sunday it will sign non-binding letters of intent to purchase coronavirus vaccines from four companies and Russia's sovereign wealth fund, adding that any purchase will depend on the approval of the nation's regulators.12 comments
The Falkland Islands' government has released new information on the current state of the Capital Development Program, saying that progress has been good despite the disruption from Covid-19.2 comments
Brazil’s average daily flights fell from the original 2,500 to about 200 during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown period. In the months with the highest surge of the pandemic, Brazilian airlines reduced their operations by 99%.Add your comment!
After failing to stem a run on its currency with heavy-handed restrictions, Argentina is shifting tack and has begun adopting more orthodox economic measures to try to shore up investor confidence and lure capital back into the country.
Brazil’s top four telecom companies have decided not to meet with a visiting senior U.S. official who has advocated excluding China’s Huawei Technologies from the Brazilian 5G equipment market, according to Sao Paulo media.
The RRS James Clark Ross left the Port of Harwich on Thursday beginning its five-and-a-half-month mission to deliver scientific and operational staff to Antarctica and to resupply the UK stations in Antarctica for another year.
New vehicle sales in Brazil during October rose 3.54% compared to September, registering the highest volume of the year, the National Federation of Motor Vehicle Dealers (Fenabrave) said.
Mercado Libre Inc, Latin America's top e-commerce firm, reported better-than-expected third-quarter revenue and profit on Wednesday, helped by a surge in online shopping and digital payment transactions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chile’s world-leading copper industry will see investment lag for at least two years as the country rewrites a constitution that underpinned nearly three decades of mining growth in the South American nation.
Brazilian manufacturing expanded at a record pace in October, a survey of purchasing managers' activity showed on Tuesday, as a rise in employment and export orders to new highs helped extend the sector's strong post-coronavirus recovery.