Paraguay

How the former president of Paraguay became an uncomfortable partner for Chile’s Luksic group

The Chilean conglomerate, belonging to one of the richest families of that country, has two alliances with former Paraguayan...

Paraguayan ex-President Fernando Lugo suffers stroke

Paraguay's ex-president Fernando Armindo Lugo Méndez suffered a stroke a few days ago and...

The former vice president who has been kidnapped for 700 days by the Paraguayan guerrilla

Former Paraguayan Vice President Óscar Denis (2012-2013) has already served 700 days in the power of the Paraguayan People's Army (EPP) guerrilla, his daughter,...

Paraguay: Main public investment up to July is related...

The main component of Paraguay's public investment, as of July 2022, was the Ministry of Public Works and Communications...

Cannabis in Paraguay, an issue that continues to generate...

Medical marijuana production is currently limited in Paraguay to 12 local investors who obtained licenses in 2020. Three of...

Why does Paraguay support Taiwan amid tensions with China?

The Paraguayan government made clear its support for Taiwan in the face of China's...

Starlink to arrive this year in Argentina and Paraguay

In the last quarter of 2022, Starlink will be arriving in Argentina and Paraguay. Elon Musk's low orbit satellite company announces this on its website, where you can also see in which countries of the...

Paraguay: First chia shipment to Australia

According to the Embassy in Australia, Paraguay has exported the first shipment of nine containers of chia worth US$608,000 to Australia. After discussions with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the Department of...

Paraguayans come to Brazil to buy cheaper gasoline and food

The drop in gasoline prices in Brazil and the devaluation of the Brazilian real (BRL) compared to the Paraguayan guarani (PYG) are attracting Paraguayans...

“In Paraguay we have candidates who are drug traffickers”

By A. Taglione The Paraguayan opposition looks confidently at the presidential elections on April 30 of next year. The wear and tear of the Abdo government, the internment with the Horacio Cartes sector, and the population's...

Paraguay begins its path toward cannabis normalization

Latin America is slowly but steadily advancing towards the normalization of cannabis, even though it has not been able to cast off the stigma that the War on Drugs, introduced by the United States in...