The EU council of foreign ministers has also called for a new presidential election in the South American country that respects "democracy, the rule of law and human rights."
President Temer froze a price reduction on diesel for two months while also eliminating tolls on two-axle trucks and establishing a minimum price for freights, as the work stoppage continues to cripple the region's largest economy for an eighth straight day.
Creation of the energy clearinghouse is currently delayed for legal reasons.
The Andean nation will help the Paris-based organization in the fight against tax evasion and the bribery of public officials in international business deals.
Banco de Chile said the virus that impacted its branch IT systems last week did not affect client data. Chile-based CryptoMKT was able to relaunch local operations after state-owned BancoEstado was forced to reopen its account as part of a legal dispute.
With 99% of polling stations counted, right-wing candidate Iván Duque had 39.1% of the vote and leftist Gustavo Petro 25.1%, according to the National Electoral Council (CNE).