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  • Thursday, March 15th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Contents rather than timetable

  • Thursday, March 15th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Brazil, US strategic partner?

  • Wednesday, March 14th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Foot and mouth meeting

    Foot and mouth Mercosur experts and veterinary services are meeting this week in Paraguay to consider the situation in the area plus special reports from the Andean and Amazon regions.

  • Monday, March 12th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Electoral skirmishes in Brazil

    Carnival is over and life usually returns to normal in Brazil. Or should do so. But in 2002 Latinamerica's most populous country and the world's ninth economy will be holding general elections, and a successor for President Fernando Cardoso, who is barred from a third mandate, must be found.

  • Monday, March 12th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Recovering politics.

    Sponsored by the United Nations Development Agency political leaders from Latinamerican countries are meeting in Buenos Aires to discuss the recovery of electorates trust in political parties, democracy transparency and how to improve living conditions of the people

  • Tuesday, March 6th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    October challenge

    Ricardo López Murphy, an orthodox and experienced economist who believes in balanced budgets is Argentina's new Economy Minister. The former Defence Secretary replaces José Machinea who was unable in his fifteen months tenure, to pull Argentina from a two and a half years recession in spite of a massive international 40 billion contingency assistance.

  • Monday, March 5th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Preventive role for IMF

  • Monday, March 5th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Brazil has its own tempo

  • Monday, March 5th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Greenspan backs tax cut

  • Friday, March 2nd 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Uruguay's target is FTAA

    Access to the United States market is vital for Uruguay's recovery, so this country will negotiate bilateral trade agreements with the US and Canada if the Free Trade Association of the Americas, FTAA, initiative does not move ahead.