Bill to legalize abortion in Chile

The Chilean government will present a bill to legalize abortion without giving reasons. Women's Affairs Minister Antonia Orellana confirmed the initiative. "We have begun discussions with groups of women's organizations, gynecologists, professional associations, and feminist movements to discuss a commitment we have as a government, which is to promote sexual...

Fertilizers: Import pace slows in Brazil

Much was said after the beginning of the conflicts between Russia and Ukraine, especially that sanctions imposed on Russia would restrict the global supply...

Brazil risk takes sharp downturn after first round of elections

A measure of Brazil's country risk closed down sharply on Monday, the first session after the first round of the presidential elections, as fiscal...

Colombia’s inflation in September would be the highest in 22 years

Prices continue to rise in Colombia, and inflation reflects this. In September, the indicator would have reached a new record, averaging 11.24% annually, according...

China is buying less meat from Argentina and Uruguay

Uruguayan meat exports to China fell in September for the third consecutive month in the year-on-year comparison, according to data released by the Uruguay...

More than 25% of the population of Latin America is poor

The area comprising Latin America and the Caribbean is one of the areas most affected by poverty globally, as shown by figures from international...

Analysis: Brazil’s Bolsonaro scored more with centrist voters than Lula da Silva

Both the elections for governor in the Southeast, mainly in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Minas Gerais, and the Senate elections, equally majoritarian,...
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Brazil risk takes sharp downturn after first round of elections

A measure of Brazil's country risk closed down sharply on Monday, the first session after the first round of the presidential elections, as fiscal...
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Colombia’s inflation in September would be the highest in 22 years

Prices continue to rise in Colombia, and inflation reflects this. In September, the indicator would have reached a new record, averaging 11.24% annually, according...
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China is buying less meat from Argentina and Uruguay

Uruguayan meat exports to China fell in September for the third consecutive month in the year-on-year comparison, according to data released by the Uruguay...
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Bolsonaro speeds up Petrobras privatization and exposes Brazil to fuel increases

On Monday, October 3, Petrobras completed 69 years amid a process of dismantling, according to a survey by the Intersyndicate Department of Statistics and...

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