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  • Thursday, May 17th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Fifth rate cut in five months

  • Tuesday, May 15th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    European Union and Mercosur meet in July

  • Tuesday, May 15th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Breaking News.

  • Thursday, May 10th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Uruguayan beef for Europe in June.

    The European Union will resume beef imports from Uruguay a month after the sanitary authorities of this country finish with the foot and mouth vaccination of the whole Uruguayan cattle stock.

  • Tuesday, May 8th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Brazil faces foot and mouth disease

    Brazilian sanitary authorities have began vaccinating 4,2 million head of cattle along the Argentine and Uruguayan border in an attempt to prevent foot and mouth disease, FAM, from spreading into the country

  • Monday, May 7th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    “Mercosur is not working”

    “Mercosur in not working, but it can be recovered”, was the message of Argentine Economy Minister Domingo Cavallo during a conference in Harvard University where he graduated 25 years ago and his son is currently studying

  • Monday, May 7th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Vaccination in Uruguay

    After having reported foot and mouth cases in 16 of the country's 19 counties, Uruguayan authorities finally decided that the only solution was to vaccinate the 12 million cattle stock, even if it means a set back for its international sanitary status

  • Monday, May 7th 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Most undiplomatic language

    Argentina is in the verge of breaking diplomatic relations with Cuba after ordering its Ambassador in La Habana to definitively return to Buenos Aires.

  • Wednesday, May 2nd 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    FAM vaccination in Uruguay.

    With over fifty reported cases of possible foot and mouth disease, FAM, outbreaks extending along the Argentine border, Uruguayan authorities have opted for a massive cattle vaccination campaign in an attempt to isolate the area, which has now extended to almost 20% of the country's territory.

  • Tuesday, May 1st 2001 - 21:00 UTC

    Peruvian electorate disenchanted.

    Peru's two hopefuls in the presidential run off exchanged claims of illegal campaign funding while a growing segment of the electorate expressed their frustration anticipating they will cast invalid protest votes in the coming round.