The government launched a public consultation process today on its plan to let gay couples marry, giving Christians and others three months to air their strong objections while insisting it would not back down.
The Uruguayan government announced on Thursday that it would bring forward subsidies to help the country’s industries being affected by the Argentine trade barriers.
US economic growth showed signs of becoming more self-sustaining as the number of Americans claiming new jobless benefits fell back to a four-year low last week and manufacturing activity in the Northeast picked up this month.
A long-delayed US-South Korea free trade agreement (FTA) that has stirred controversy in both countries took effect, although the opposition in Seoul has vowed to renegotiate it if it wins elections this year.
The S&P 500 closed above 1,400 for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis today as stocks resumed the upward climb that has yielded a steady stream of gains this year.
Buenos Aires City Mayor, Mauricio Macri, came on stage today to claim for a solution “within the law” in order to move forward with the transfer of the Subway management and 33 urban bus lines.