Spain's Repsol SA filed a complaint against Argentina before the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) today over its nationalization of energy company YPF SA, a source familiar with the matter told reporters.
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner hit back at the International Monetary Fund today following it decision to sanction Argentina for its lack of credibility regarding official statistics.
Civic Coalition mayoral candidate María Eugenia Estenssoro filed a complaint against the requirement of being “native Argentine or offspring of native Argentines,” because she considers it “discriminatory” and that it violates the constitutional principle of equality against the law.
The national government today complaint again against the “trade restrictions in place on Argentine products” by the United States, summed up to form “part of their inconsistent and protectionist policies” with international trade regulations.
The United States today defended its restrictions on imports of beef and lemons from Argentina after the South American country said it planned to challenge the measures at the World Trade Organization.
The Bolivian Government asked Iranian Defence Minister Ahmad Vahídi, accused by local authorities of masterminding the AMIA terrorist attack in 1994, to leave the country after an Argentine attorney asked Interpol to arrest him, Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman said.
The Chilean media has begun echoing their government’s current uneasiness about the new local trade barriers that became effective last February 1st, which increase the complexity of importing goods into the country.
New Orleans authorities will not pursue misdemeanor battery charges against actor Cuba Gooding Jr. after a run-in with a bartender at a Bourbon Street bar, according to a city spokesman.
French actor Gerard Depardieu is facing a legal complaint for assault and battery after getting into an altercation with a car driver in Paris, an official at the prosecutor's office said.