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Chilean agriculture is expected to become part of the 10 largest food exporters in the world by 2020

Agriculture in Chile is a strategically important sector. The objective is to make Chile part of the 10 largest food exporters in the world by 2020. At the moment Chile is round about No: 20. From the beginning of this century food export increased by an average of 12% annually. Further processing…

Global Food Security Depends on Modern Agricultural Techniques

Studies released at a symposium in Washington, D.C. underscored the wide range of benefits modern agriculture has provided to society and emphasized the importance of continued innovation and new technologies to meeting growing global food, feed, fiber and industrial needs. Research presented by a diverse group of experts in agriculture,…

United States CIA’s torture handbook revealed brutal inhuman practices

Uruguay has recently received a number of CIA prisoner of war and political  ex-prisoners who have been brutally tortured over a long period of time in US prisons. Anyone interested in human rights should read this before passing judgement on Uruguay for their actions, A newly released report on the CIA’s use of harsh…

Is the International money transfer system about to change due to US Interference in the existing one ?

You probably know the SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) system as that little jumble of letters and numbers you need every time you send money to a foreign bank account. It’s the global banking system’s address book and postal system. SWIFT has more than 10,000…

One mans experience of doing 40 yrs trading with Latin America from New Zealand

One mans experience of doing 40 yrs trading with Latin America from New Zealand One of LANZBC’s longest-standing members and Chilean honorary consul in Auckland, Gerry Williams, managing director of Pacific Basin Exports Limited, writes below about his experiences doing business in Latin America and provides some…

Argentina benefits short term from falling oil prices

The worst selloff in crude oil since the financial crisis is turning into a bullish sign for Argentina’s bond investors. Whilst oil-exporting nations such as Venezuela have been battered as the U.S. benchmark price tumbled to a five-year low last week, the decline may help cut Argentina’s record fuel import costs by as much as 20 percent…