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Tag: Eduardo Sadous

  • Saturday, April 20th 2019 - 09:21 UTC

    Argentina's think tank CARI underlines the significance of China's Belt and Road forum

    ”I believe China's presence (in Latin America) is very welcomed. We think it would be very interesting to take advantage of the BRI, Eduardo Sadous, said.

    Argentine experts have expressed the belief that the upcoming Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation can yield more concrete steps for collaboration between China and Latin America. Members of the Asian Affairs Committee at Argentina's Council on International Relations (CARI), a leading think tank, spoke to China's government news agency Xinhua in the lead-up to the forum.

  • Wednesday, February 9th 2011 - 06:33 UTC

    Kirchner administrations lack “true political will” to eradicate corruption

    Planning Minister Julio De Vido, one of the most trusted advisors of the Kirchners’ bunker named in several notorious cases

    More than a hundred cables from the US embassy in Buenos Aires warned about the fragility of the judicial system and the impunity of criminals, according to an article recently published by Spanish newspaper El País. The leaked documents also spoke of the lack of a “true political will” to eradicate corruption.

  • Monday, May 3rd 2010 - 08:02 UTC

    Corruption Claims in Argentine/Venezuelan Trade Involve Néstor Kirchner

    Former Argentine ambassador to Venezuela Eduardo Sadous stands by his statements to a federal court

    The Argentine political establishment is agitated after the heavy remarks made before a federal judge by former Argentine ambassador to Venezuela Eduardo Sadous, who said local businessmen had to pay kickbacks to former president Néstor Kirchner administration officials to be able to export their goods to Venezuela.