Kochi: Finance Minister KN Balagopal has stressed the importance of conducting research and studies on Latin America and developing close bilateral ties between Kerala and Latin America, in the budget of the 2022-23. The minister also allocated Rs 2 crores and highlighted the role of the Center for Latin AmericanRead More →

In a remarkable turn of events, Latin America is opening abortion access to more and more women while the United States is backsliding. And it happened quickly: in just over a year, three of Latin America’s most populous countries – Argentina, Mexico and Colombia – decriminalized abortion, breaking with decadesRead More →

At the 94th edition of the gathering to be held in Los Angeles, California on March 27, feature films competing for the award come from countries as diverse as Japan, Denmark, Norway, Bhutan and Italy. . With no productions in this important category, Latin American countries have been left withRead More →

Emily Pickrell, UH Energy Fellow Bolivian President Evo Morales (R) receives from Minister of Mines Roberto Echazu, the first … [+] laboratory samples of lithium carbonate, a compound used in medicine, energy production, glass and building materials, October 29, 2009 at the state pilot plant in the Uyuni – theRead More →

There are few places you can go in the world that have not been directly or indirectly affected by caste. Having spent my entire adult life studying the history of race and caste in Latin America, I am convinced that the vocabulary of race used in most countries in theRead More →

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. With the growing demand for niche software development skills and the number of small tech companies popping up, talented programmers and project managers can be in short supply. Latin American countries are seeing an increase in remote development opportunities for workers, withRead More →

Cryptocurrency adoption in Latin America is growing by leaps and bounds, as its citizens increasingly turn to digital assets as a way to hedge against local currency depreciation and, in some cases, rise in inflation. A study by Chainanalysis shows that Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, and Brazil were among the topRead More →

Latin American countries are facing an “alarming reversal” of fundamental freedoms, according to Human Rights Watch’s “World Report 2022”, released Thursday. “Even democratically elected leaders have attacked independent civil society, a free press, and judicial independence,” Tamara Taraciuk Broner, acting Americas director at Human Rights Watch, said in a statement.Read More →

QCOSTARICA – Costa Rica, together with Nicaragua, are the countries where inflation has fallen the most in Latin America, with a drop of more than two percentage points compared to September 2019 with the same month this year, taking into account the pandemic factor. That’s what the study found.”Preliminary balanceRead More →