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The UK spied on critical journalists and politicians

By Carlos Esteban* Everything we have lived through these last three years about the pandemic has been a huge psychological...

Brazilian narcocriminals target Argentina and Paraguay

Brazil's First Capital Command (PCC), one of Latin America's most important criminal groups, is extending its regional network, and...

Brazil: Business confidence fell to its lowest level since 2021

The Business Confidence Index (ICE), calculated by the Brazilian Institute of Economics of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (Ibre/FGV), fell to the lowest level since...

Brazilian industry starts 2023 in contraction for the 3rd month in a row

Brazil's industrial activity began in 2023 with a slight improvement in relation to December 2022 but is still in...

Opinion: AMLO insists on his electoral reform plan

By Raúl Tortolero* (Opinion) As Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) - the socialist president of Mexico, who openly admires Fidel...

Brazilian Air Force to control airspace over indigenous reserve to combat illegal mining

The Brazilian Air Force (FAB) will control the airspace over the Yanomami indigenous land,...

Brazil: Business confidence fell to its lowest level since 2021

The Business Confidence Index (ICE), calculated by the Brazilian Institute of Economics of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (Ibre/FGV), fell...

Brazilian industry starts 2023 in contraction for the 3rd month in a row

Brazil's industrial activity began in 2023 with a slight improvement in relation to December 2022 but is still in...

Brazilian trade balance registers a US$2.72 billion surplus in January

The Brazilian Ministry of Development, Industry, Trade and Services (MDIC) released the results of the trade balance for January 2023 this Wednesday, the 1st. According...

Brazil: criteria for gender transition are flawed, says gynecologist

The University of São Paulo (USP) Hospital das Clínicas has 280 minors in the process of gender transition. Of this total, one hundred are children from 4 to 12 years old, while 180 are teenagers from...

Brazil: in 4 years, Bolsonaro’s government created 4 million jobs

Over the four years of President Jair Bolsonaro's mandate, a little more than 4 million formal job openings were created in Brazil. The data appears in a survey by Revista Oeste on information released by the...

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Tucker Carlson dissects the Project Veritas video about Pfizer and their 'directed evolution' research regarding the covid virus, precisely as many had hoped he would. He hits all the major points that need to be hit.

Brazilian narcocriminals target Argentina and Paraguay

Brazil's First Capital Command (PCC), one of Latin America's most important criminal groups, is extending its regional network, and Argentine authorities see a potential security risk for the country. Following several criminal incidents in recent weeks,...

Atacama Telescope is expected to be completed next year

The Fred Young Submillimeter Telescope (FYST) construction is entering its crucial phase. It is being planned and built by the international scientific consortium CCAT Observatory Inc. in which the universities of Cologne and Bonn have a...

Paraguay plans green hydrogen plant with Canadian support

Paraguay will build a green hydrogen production plant in the department of Alto Paraná in the east of the country with the support of Canadian company Neogreen Hydrogen. The electricity company of the landlocked South American...

Colombia will have up to 50 new solar power plants after Norwegian investment

By Daniel Salazar Castellanos Colombian company Erco Energía, with a presence in Colombia, Panama, the United States, and Brazil, raised US$30 million from Norwegian fund Norfund to develop solar energy in the country, the digital energy company informed Bloomberg Línea on Monday. The resources will allow...

Startup winter: when will the rough patch end and what to expect in Colombia?

2022 represented a challenging year for many Colombian startups as many principles in the ecosystem had to be rethought, and growth formulas that were...

Five barriers that LatAm startups must overcome to survive 2023

The year that just ended brought with it a paradigm shift in the startup ecosystem in Latin America, which had to live with a higher price of money due to higher interest rates, less availability...

99 app makes mass layoffs in Brazil

Earlier this week, mobility company 99, which belongs to the Chinese group DiDi, began laying off employees in Brazil. Around 800 people work for the company in the country. The cut list would include professionals from...

Agricultural finance: fintechs are the next revolution in the field

By Nik Milanovic* In recent years, technology news headlines have been dominated by the word “fintech”. From large fundraising to client growth, product launches and financial turmoil – new disruptors via fintech are everywhere in consumer...

Nuclep advances with the onshore prototype of Brazil’s future nuclear submarine

The Brazilian nuclear-powered submarine is an entirely national development, involving many military secrets accumulated over years of research led by the Brazilian Navy with its nuclear program. Among the holders of these secrets is Nuclebrás Equipamentos Pesados (Nuclep), a heavy boiler manufacturing company and certainly...

General warns about Brazil’s Lula da Silva government

Reserve General Luiz Eduardo Rocha Paiva published an article in which he warned about Brazil's Lula da Silva government. In the document, the military man lists arguments that, according to him, reveal the PT's plan for...

Ocean patrol vessels for Uruguay: Chinese pressure in the face of growing interest in Norwegian ships

After waiting several months for an official confirmation from the Government of Uruguay on the purchase of ocean patrol vessels, Xi Jinping's government has initiated a discreet diplomatic advance to pressure the South American country...

Exports of US military equipment are up nearly 50%

In the last fiscal year, the United States increased its revenue by 49% in military equipment sales to foreign governments, ending 2022 with US$205.6 billion in revenue. The data was provided by the US State Department...

The UK spied on critical journalists and politicians

By Carlos Esteban* Everything we have lived through these last three years about the pandemic has been a huge psychological operation, an experiment in totalitarian globalism. At least, that is one of the few hypotheses that could...

Opinion: “an expression of neo-colonialism” – Germany and its dealings with Chile

By Horst Teubert and Dr. Peer Heinelt (Opinion) Germany relies more heavily than ever on Chile for its supply of green energy sources and key raw materials for the transition. During his visit to the South American...

Bolsonaro confirms he will remain active in Brazilian politics

Former Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has affirmed his intention to remain active in the country's politics. He has maintained that Lula da Silva's government "will not last long" in his first public event since he...

The world order and its profiteers

By Horst Teubert and Dr. Peer Heinelt The German government seeks to purchase larger quantities of fracked gas from Argentina. This is one result of the three-day South American trip from which Chancellor Olaf Scholz returns Tuesday. The gas will be imported in liquefied form and will...

Brazilian sparkling wines age better and become more gastronomic

By Esper Chacur Filho* Red wines, especially those with tannin structure and some wood, generally age well; they improve and change with aging. White wines, on...

Rio de Janeiro’s Sugar Loaf’s cable car completes 110 years

Rio's Sugar Loaf's cable car completes 110 years on Thursday, October 27, and offers special attractions to celebrate the date. During the day, those who celebrate their birthday on October 27 can get free tickets. The...

Rio de Janeiro’s Museum of Tomorrow opens exhibition about the heart

The exhibition S2 - Heart, Pulse of Life, held by Rio de Janeiro's Museum of Tomorrow in partnership with the Brazilian Society of Cardiology (SBC), presents, starting on October 13, the heart as a machine...

Brazil: Oktoberfest Rio returns with samba, pagode, and 120,000 liters of beer

Rio de Janeiro's Oktoberfest Rio returns in 2022 with full force - after two years interrupted because of the pandemic - to quench the thirst, hunger, and longing of lovers of good beer, German food,...

Opinion: “an expression of neo-colonialism” – Germany and its dealings with Chile

By Horst Teubert and Dr. Peer Heinelt (Opinion) Germany relies more heavily than ever on Chile for its supply of green energy sources and key raw materials for the transition. During his visit to the South American...

Analysis: from Peru to Brazil to Bolivia and Honduras – LatAm is increasingly resembling a powder keg

By Romeo Rey* Peru has been rocked by severe unrest since the impeachment and arrest of leftist President Pedro Castillo on Dec. 7. Thousands of Peruvians from rural regions of the Andean country have recently come on...

Geopolitics: Sony, Fortune 500 companies move production out of China

By Gannon Burgett Due to political pressure and the need for supply chain diversification, more companies are moving production out of China and into other countries. Apple reportedly plans to move some of its production from China...