Part of the gold and silver which went down in the South Atlantic, off Patagonia, with the Chilean flagged trawler converted into a transport vessel “Polar Mist”, has been winched aboard the rescuers’ tug contracted to recover the precious cargo.
US defence contractor Boeing Co is prepared to have Brazilian companies supply a “big portion” of components for its Super Hornet jetfighter, creating as many as 5.000 local jobs, to sell 36 of the warplanes to Brazil. The pledge comes as Boeing manoeuvres against competitors France’s Dassault Aviation and Sweden’s Saab AB.
Uruguay has offered far better conditions for the export of Bolivian products from Uruguayan ports than Chile has, revealed on Friday Bolivian Foreign Affairs minister David Choquehuanca.
General Motors (GM) says it has emerged from bankruptcy protection after creating a new GM made up of the carmaker's best assets. GM chief executive Fritz Henderson said it was the beginning of a new era.
Chinese media based on reliable sources from the country’s giant oil corporation CNPC (China National Petroleum Corporation) report the almost certain sale by Spain’s Repsol of 75% of its subsidiary YPF, an operation involving 14.5 billion US dollars
Brazilian corporation JBS SA, the world's biggest beef processor said on Monday it had raised its slaughtering and de-boning capacity in Brazil by around 25% through the leasing of five more plants.
Chinese oil producer CNOOC is seeking cooperation rather than acquisitions, the corporation’s president Fu Chengyu was quoted on Sunday, amid talk CNOOC had set its sights on a unit of Spanish oil major Repsol/YPF.
The Argentine Navy received at the end of June the second batch of two UH-3H Sea King helicopters out of a total of six which will replace losses experienced in Antarctic operations it was reported by Puerto Belgrano Marine’s Gazette.
Bolivia, Brazil and Chile have announced that the inter-oceanic corridor, from the Atlantic to the Pacific will be finished by 2011. The announcement was made following an assessment of the different legs of the corridor during a meeting in La Paz, Bolivia between the Public Works ministers of the three countries.
In spite of its misfortune or long standing mismanagement in the US, General Motors Corp. has built a thriving powerhouse operation in Latin America, where its fuel-efficient vehicles are playing a crucial role in returning the battered company to health.