CGT labour umbrella union member Julio Piumato, head of the court workers union, criticized today the Wage Council to be held this afternoon at the Labour Ministry, labelling it a “pantomime.”
With US business and labor now in agreement, a bipartisan group of senators has resolved all major issues in a pending deal to overhaul the US immigration system and aims to unveil it after Congress reconvenes in the second week of April, key lawmakers said.
Japan said it would ban anyone entering the 20-km (12-mile) evacuation zone around the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant north of Tokyo, weeks after the tsunami-wrecked facility began leaking radiation.
The BuenosAiresHerald.com spoke with economics professor Dr Renatas Kizys, who currently teaches Economics at the University of Portsmouth in the UK, to get an expert outlook on the current global economic market.
After scoring a clear win over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in yesterday's vote, President Barack Obama immediately pledged to reach across America's political divide and seek deals on stubborn issues that dogged his first term.
Robert da Fonseca, director of the Sao Paolo Industry Federation, admitted this morning that Brazilian businessmen are “worried” about the commercial conflict that Argentina and Brazil face and fail to see a 'positive climate between the two countries.'
A small diplomatic slip up in the Uruguayan government has once again ignited the Malvinas Islands controversy, after a document recently issued by the neighbouring country’s Foreign Ministry describes the archipelago as “Falkland.”