SANTIAGO Chilean President Sebastian Pinera said on Sunday his government would appeal to the country's Constitutional Court to halt an opposition measure aimed at allowing citizens to draw down a second installment from their privately held pensions.
SANTIAGO/BUENOS AIRES Conservationists are taking an unorthodox approach to save jaguars from dying out in Argentina's northern forests: matchmaking a captive female with a wild male.
SANTIAGO Joe Biden's win in the U.S. election is raising hopes in Latin America that a war over medical supplies at the start of the COVID-19 outbreak will not be repeated once vaccines are approved for use, Chile's health minister told Reuters on Friday.
LA PAZ Bolivia's new president, Luis Arce, has moved swiftly to restore ties with Iran and Venezuela, receiving the credentials of ambassadors from the two countries on Wednesday, just three days after his socialist party retook the reins of power.
SANTIAGO, Nov 11 The continuing coronavirus
pandemic poses the most significant risk to Chile's financial
system as institutions' capacity to take mitigating action
diminishes, the country's Central Bank warned in a report on
SANTIAGO, Nov 10 Chilean lawmakers on Tuesday
passed by a large majority a bill allowing citizens to withdraw
a second 10% tranche from their privately held pensions.
SANTIAGO, Nov 9 Chile's President Sebastian
Pinera said on Monday his country was in a "privileged and
opportune" position to be able to roll out a COVID-19
vaccination campaign early next year after Pfizer Inc
announced an experimental vaccine that was more than 90%
SANTIAGO Chilean President Sebastian Pinera said on Wednesday the country's health regulator had given the go-ahead for clinical trials of AstraZeneca PLC's COVID-19 vaccine.
SANTIAGO, Nov 4 Chilean President Sebastian
Pinera said on Wednesday the country's health regulators had
given the go-ahead to a clinical trial of the AstraZeneca PLC
SANTIAGO, Nov 2 Chile's economic activity sank
5.3% in September year-on-year but grew 5.1% from the previous
month, the central bank said on Monday, as the world's no. 1
copper producer emerged from the worst period of the coronavirus