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Media giant Televisa has $3 billion pesos of tax debt cancelled; Mexican government struggles to lower food bills; senior government official fired over abuse of power scandal.
Aizemberg’s surrealist works exhibited in Buenos Aires;Chile celebrates Theatre Day with 44 performances; Jaime Chabaud wins Juan Ruiz Alarcón Theatre Prize; Brazil’s FLIST literary festival enters fifth year Works by Argentine surrealist Roberto Aizemberg are exhibited in Buenos Aires 65 [...]
Gas tanker explodes in Mexico City; over 5,000 homicides registered since Peña Nieto took the presidency; state police seize a tonne of marijuana in Tijuana.
The dollarisation of Honduras’s economy; Mexican president discusses trade relations with Brazil; Germany approves free trade agreement with Peru and Colombia The effect of dollarisation in Honduras Honduras’s legal currency is the lempira. However, many foreigners and Honduran businesses have substituted [...]
President Obama visits Mexico to talk trade and security; Sonora becomes first Mexican state to ban bullfighting; dozens of youth protest Carlos Slim’s visit to Peru.
Oil deal between Mexico and China could redress trade imbalance; Cuba and China sign sports cooperation agreement; Chinese textile firm to set up plant in Uruguay Oil deal between Mexico and China could redress trade imbalance At the beginning of [...]
Striking teachers set fire to political offices in Guerrero; indigenous Mexicans say no to genetically-modified corn at a conference in Oaxaca; US politicians expresses ‘deep concern’ over human rights violations in Mexico.
Merkel and Correa advocate increased Ecuador-EU trade relations; Chile and Panama named Latin America’s most competitive economies; Mexico and Peru look to increase commercial ties Merkel and Correa advocate increased Ecuador-EU trade relations This Wednesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Ecuadorian President [...]
Chaos in Michoacán amid protests about security; the cost of basic foods to rise by up to 20%; Mexican killed in fertiliser plant explosion in Texas.
‘The Cure’ promotes human rights during Latin American tour; psychological help for human rights defenders in Mexico; Uruguay legalises gay marriage
The government enlists the help of transnational corporations to combat hunger in Mexico; man accused of killing police awaits latest judgement; release of men accused of indigenous massacre.
Central American trade deficit on the rise; Peru to sign three more trade agreements this year; Venezuelan food scarcity index may be as high as 80 percent; Latin America’s trade surplus with US declines Central American trade deficit on the rise [...]
Assassination plot to kill two left-wing politicians foiled by authorities; head of Secretariat of Agriculture admits to import of transgenic corn; the first quarter of 2013 ‘particularly hostile’ for human rights defenders.
Pacific Alliance to liberalise 90 percent of trade; Argentine Central Bank will not devalue currency; Cubans encouraged to increase productivity for May Day; Andean immigrants receive significant unemployment assistance from Spain Pacific Alliance to liberalise 90 percent of trade Chile, [...]
China and Brazil sign currency swap deal worth $30bn; Chinese ambassador to Mexico announces fresh impetus for bilateral relations; Chinese businesses turn their interest to the Caribbean