The New Yorker - Estados Unidos
10/08/2021Política The New Yorker - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Ernesto Londoño y Frances Robles
Muchos cubanos pensaron que la gestión de Biden tomaría medidas para normalizar las relaciones con La Habana. Pero el actual presidente ha sido más duro que Donald Trump con el gobierno de la isla.
09/04/2019Economía The New Yorker - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional John Cassidy
On Friday, Trump again defied the convention that the President stays out of monetary policy, calling on Powell and his colleagues to cut interest rates in order to boost the economy. Referring to the rate hikes that the Fed introduced last year, which were the source of his animus toward Powell, Trump said, “I think they really slowed us down.”
30/01/2019Argentina The New Yorker - Estados Unidos Agronegocios Brook Larmer
The vast majority of Argentina’s soy products are exported, mostly to China. Rising Asian demand — for soy sauce, tofu, animal feed — has fueled the explosion of the soybean industry across Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.
23/05/2018Política The New Yorker - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Jon Lee Anderson
22/05/18 - 15:58 - The governments in Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Chile, Panama, Mexico, and neighboring Colombia—which has taken in the largest number of Venezuela’s economic refugees—are now openly adversarial to Maduro. Among the few regional Presidents to salute Maduro’s victory yesterday were Miguel Díaz-Canel, the recently sworn-in President of Cuba, and Bolivia’s Evo Morales.