South/Central America

Citi to End Operations in Haiti After 50 Years

Citi has decided to end its operations in Haiti, concluding more than 50 years of presence in the country.

Argentina's Milei Expected to Skip Mercosur Meeting in Paraguay, Trade Bloc’s Future Uncertain

Argentine President Javier Milei is expected to not attend the Mercosur summit in Paraguay this week and would instead head to Brazil to attend a rally organized by hard-right former president Jair Bo..

Brazil's Former President Jair Bolsonaro Indicted in Money Laundering: Report

Brazil's former president Jair Bolsonaro was indicted by the country's Federal Police for alleged money laundering and criminal association...

Amazon and Vrio to Challenge Starlink with Satellite Internet Launch in South America by 2025

Amazon and Vrio plan to deploy 3,236 low Earth orbit satellites to provide broadband internet to South American countries, directly competing with Elon Musk's Starlink...

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Walmart Plans to Invest $700 Million in Guatemala Over the Next 5 Years
Walmart plans to invest around $700 million in Guatemala over the next five years.
Joe Biden Administration Sanctions Colombian Maritime Companies Preying on Vulnerable Migrants Seeking to Enter US
The administration of President of Joe Biden has implemented visa restrictions on executives of several Colombian maritime transportation companies accused of exploiting vulnerable migrants seeking to
American Businessman Accused of Hiring Hitman to Kill His Wife for Massive Insurance Money Admits Funneling Millions to Lover's Business
An American businessman is currently on trial in Jamaica for allegedly hiring a hitman to kill his wife to collect a massive life insurance payout.
Taiwan Seeks US Funding as Chinese Warplanes Slowly Approach the Country
Taiwan's military engages in talks with the United States over newly allocated funding following reports of Chinese military aircraft breaching the sensitive median line of the Taiwan Strait.
Brazil Judge Opens Inquiry Into Elon Musk for Alleged Obstruction of Justice
A Supreme Court judge in Brazil has launched an investigation into Elon Musk for alleged obstruction of justice.
Mayor of Medellin, Colombia Bans Prostitution After American Man Caught With 2 Local Underage Girls in Hotel Room
The mayor of Medellin, the second-largest city in Colombia, has banned prostitution in some of the city's most popular places for six months.
Donald Trump Reacts to Mexico President's $20 Billion Demand From Joe Biden, Says AMLO Has Little Respect for Biden
Former President Donald Trump has reacted to Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's demand for $20 billion a year from the Biden administration in exchange for help to halt the surge of ille
Joe Biden's Rule Allowing Potentially Diseased Beef From Paraguay to Enter US Repealed by Senate
The Senate on Thursday passed a bill reversing the rule of the administration of President Joe Biden allowing beef imports from Paraguay, which has a history of cattle-borne diseases.
Argentina's Economy Minister Issues Warning Over Fuel Shortages: Export Restrictions Loom
Sergio Massa, Argentina's Economy Minister and presidential candidate, has warned oil producers of impending export restrictions unless they address fuel shortages.
Brazil's Top Soybean Hub Mayor Courts Cargill and COFCO for Grain Crushing Boost
The mayor of Sorriso, Brazil's leading soybean producer, plans to attract investments for the local grain crushing industry, highlighting the region's global agricultural potential and promoting the e
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