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Brazil health regulator Anvisa allows Chinese COVID-19 vaccine trial

23:55 - Brazilian health regulator Anvisa on Friday approved clinical trials of a potential coronavirus vaccine developed by China’s Sinovac, according to an official gazette publication.
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Exclusive: Argentina bondholder alliance splintering over debt deal

One of the main bondholder alliances in Argentina’s $65 billion debt talks is at risk of splintering after at least three of its members signalled they could break ranks and accept a lower value deal than the group has proposed, three bondholders said.
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China passes security law for Hong Kong giving Beijing sweeping powers

29/06 - 22:37 - China’s parliament passed national security legislation for Hong Kong on Tuesday, setting the stage for the most radical changes to the former British colony’s way of life since it returned to Chinese rule almost exactly 23 years ago.
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Brazil says China bans three meatpacking plants amid COVID-19 pandemic

20:14 - China’s General Administration of Customs has temporarily banned the import of meat from three plants in Brazil amid concern over the novel coronavirus, according to the agriculture ministry on Monday.
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Saudi, U.S. officials call for extending UN arms embargo on Iran

11:45 - Saudi and U.S. officials on Monday urged the international community to extend a U.N. arms embargo on Iran, saying that letting the ban expire would allow Tehran to further arm its proxies and destabilise the region.
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Argentina economic activity seen tumbling 21% in April amid lockdown: Reuters poll

Argentina’s economic activity likely plunged by over one-fifth in April, according to a Reuters poll of analysts, underscoring the economic impact from a nationwide lockdown imposed in mid-March to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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World Bank to loan $700 million to help Colombia coronavirus response

22:25 - The World Bank has approved a loan of $700 million to Colombia to help the Andean country in its fight against the coronavirus pandemic, it said on Friday.
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Brazil soy exporters cannot promise China coronavirus-free cargos, ANEC says

19:27 - Brazilian grain exporters should not give China the guarantees it requested that their cargoes are free of the novel coronavirus, as that would require extensive testing, according to ANEC, an association representing local grain traders.
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U.S. urges Russia, China to give Venezuela more aid in COVID fight

12:15 - The United States called on Russia and China on Thursday to provide more humanitarian aid to their ally Venezuela in its fight against the growing COVID-19 epidemic.
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Pompeo says up to Israel to decide on annexation as Trump aides meet

24/06 - 18:58 - U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday it was up to Israel to decide whether to annex settlements in the occupied West Bank, as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to do despite international opposition.
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Peru threatens temporary takeover of private clinics over coronavirus fees

20:28 - Peru’s President Martín Vizcarra threatened on Wednesday to temporarily take over the country’s private healthcare clinics if they failed to strike a deal with the government in 48 hours over fees for treating coronavirus patients.
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Vaccine alliance finds manufacturing capacity for four billion doses of coronavirus vaccines

20:18 - An influential foundation focused on preparation and response to epidemics that is backing nine potential coronavirus vaccines has identified manufacturers with capacity to produce four billion doses a year, the group’s top manufacturing expert told Reuters.
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World Bank staff object to Brazilian nominee over racial comments

20:11 - The association representing staff at the World Bank on Wednesday asked that Brazil’s nomination of Abraham Weintraub to be executive director be reviewed over his past racial comments and other concerns, according to a letter seen by Reuters.
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Argentina suspende proyecto expropiación de agroexportadora en concurso Vicentin

16:04 - El proyecto de Argentina de expropiar a la agroexportadora Vicentin está puesto “en pausa” mientras el Gobierno explora alternativas para el destino de la compañía en concurso, entre ellas una posible sociedad público-privada, dijeron el miércoles fuentes con conocimiento del tema.
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U.S. puts sanctions on 5 Iranian ship captains for bringing oil to Venezuela

12:13 - The United States on Wednesday imposed sanctions on five Iranian ship captains who delivered oil to Venezuela, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reaffirmed Washington’s backing for Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido.
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Trump aides begin discussions on Israel's West Bank annexation plan

23/06 - 21:53 - Senior aides to U.S. President Donald Trump began discussions on Tuesday on whether to give Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a green light for his plan to annex settlements in the occupied West Bank, according to a U.S. official and a person familiar with the deliberations.
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International Criminal Court members defend it in face of U.S. sanctions

14:56 - Over half the member states of the International Criminal Court defended the world’s only permanent war crimes tribunal on Tuesday in a diplomatic response to a U.S. threat of sanctions against its employees earlier this month.
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Argentina's Buenos Aires Province extends debt revamp deadline to July 31

Argentina’s Buenos Aires province has extended the deadline for debt restructuring talks with its creditors to July 31, the government said in a statement on Sunday.
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Argentina debt markets rattled as bond revamp talks stall

Argentine bonds fell nearly 2% on Thursday after restructuring talks with creditors appeared to stall, rattling investors and driving the country’s risk spread over safe-haven U.S. Treasuries sharply higher.
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LATAM Airlines suspends Argentina operations, blaming COVID-19 and government

LATAM Airlines Group (LTM.SN) said on Wednesday its Argentine subsidiary will cease operations indefinitely, canceling all domestic flights, its first major cutback since filing for bankruptcy protection. es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino