RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Instability on the other side of the River Plate has always been frowned upon by the neighboring shore, and although a tradition of good neighborliness has been maintained, the past 2 decades have shown some friction between Argentina and Uruguay.
The installation of pulp mills in the Uruguay River virtually opposite the Nandubaysal beach resort, near Gualeguaychú, was nothing but a follow-up of Jorge Batlle's statements, to whom Argentines are a group of thieves ("chorros") with no exception ("from the first to the last").
Argentina's protectionist bias and its exchange and import controls . . .