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HSBC has released a report predicting the rise and fall of the world’s economies in the next 40 years.

The global research department of HSBC has released a report predicting the rise and fall of the world’s economies in the next 40 years. The world’s top economy in 2050 will be China, followed by the United States. No surprises there – since China’s reforms in the 1980s, economists have…

The untold story of the Mavinas ( aka Falklands ) war in 1987

Malvinas War – The Untold Story (1987) Five years after the war in the Malvinas between Britain and Argentina, many facts were still wrapped in red tape. Many of the key figures had remained silent. No-one had been to Argentina to tell the other side of the story. For the majority of the British people, the war was another glorious…

Why I’m backing Argentina: top EMD manager reveals all

by Chris Sloley @CitywireGlobal #adp02 Pioneer’s leading bond manager Yerlan Syzdykov is backing Argentina to rise as an emerging market bond powerhouse despite it being viewed as a country ‘people love to hate’. #adp02 Syzdykov, who manages the Pioneer Funds Emerging Markets Bond portfolio, revealed why the South American country is his…

Paraguay enhances measures against FMD

Paraguay veterinary services concluded Monday midday the termination of 168 livestock mostly belonging to a farm where an outbreak of foot and mouth disease was confirmed 2 January in the county of San Pedro to the centre north of the country. According to the Animal health and food quality Service, Senacsa, 154 cattle from the “Nazareth” farm were sacrificed…

Argentina expands railroad network as economy grows

Argentina is expanding its railroad network to cope with increasing demands for its growing export sector plus expectations of a boost in transit trade from landlocked Paraguay and regional commerce. Swedish contractor Skanska is the latest international player in the expansion plans. Skanska said it will build a railway extension from the province…

Brazil’s answer to destructive farming in Amazon

Never seen without his cowboy hat, Mauro Lucio listens to country music as he drives his pickup truck around Paragominas municipality in Brazil’s Amazonian cattle-raising state of Pará while recounting tales of a misspent youth on the rodeo circuit. But his droll nature belies his central role in a movement that could transform ranching in Brazil,…