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Hotel owners claim the loss of a key cargo trade route has contributed to a crisis for the industry and are calling on the government for help.
Central bank head Sturzenegger says the bank will "not rest" until 15.000bn pesos in mortgages are being awarded monthly.
Argentina's economy sustained positive growth in June. Moody's changed its ratings outlook for Chile to 'negative' while Fitch affirmed its ratings for Ecuador with a 'negative' outlook.
Improving external conditions should help balance softening consumption and support strong GDP growth, said the bank's research division.
In exile, Luisa Ortega says Odebrecht bribes are just part of the endemic corruption in the government of President Nicolás Maduro.
As interest in cloud-based outsourcing grows, the Sbif has put proposed changes to its regulations out to public consultation.