Uruguay's President Luis Lacalle Pou said he was pleased with the way the Ministry of the Interior and the Police were handling the latest increase in violence. But he added that, as long as some violence remained, he could not be happy yet about the results.
Uruguay's National Statistics Institute (INE) has published its latest measurement according to which the employment rate stood at 56.8% in July of 2022, one-tenth higher than the previous month.
Uruguayan authorities have announced they would no longer require affidavits from incoming travelers attesting to their health covid-19-wise, in addition to granting tax exemptions on hotel and restaurant bills to foreign visitors, effective as of next month.
With financial support from the Global Environment Facility (GEF), FAO’s Livestock and Climate project approached producer organizations in Uruguay to assess the situation of individual farms and help implement climate smart strategies that not only enhance meat production but also encourage the re-growth of vegetation and the return of biodiversity.
Uruguayan health authorities have confirmed a third monkeypox infection had been detected in the country after 38 suspected cases were ruled out.
One Uruguayan soldier needed surgery after sustaining a fractured skull and another was reported to be recovering well after they were both attacked in Uganda while on leave from their peacekeeping group in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
It's official. The Argentine government categorically rejects ”the competition organized by the British Embassy in Buenos Aires with the purpose of inviting university students to a paid trip to the Falklands/Malvinas Islands.
Uruguay's state-run oil company Ancap yielded profits of US$128 million for the first semester of 2022 despite adjusting prices below the import parity price (IPP), it was announced Friday in Montevideo.
Uruguay's Health Minister Daniel Salinas Wednesday explained the monkeypox outbreak in his country was stable after 50 suspected cases have been ruled out.
Uruguay's domestic trade has recorded a 5.3% drop in sales of products and services during the second quarter of 2022, the Chamber of Commerce and Services reported Wednesday.