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According to a study conducted by the Inter-American Development Bank, 72.3% of the electrical power plants in Latin America use fossil fuels and the remaining use renewable resources.

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The government of Colombia has been the country’s essential provider of telephone services through the large telephone company called Telefónica.

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After experiencing a ban throughout Costa Rica since 1988, the reentry of Robusta Coffee in the nation has been considered by government officials.

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In recent years, coffee has become one of the best-selling products on the global market, but low prices are causing problems for producers.

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There are multiple factors, both environmental and economic, affecting the development of agricultural commodities in Argentine.

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The Argentinian inflation rate has wobbled around a point of stagnation, and it seems as if the ever-increasing inflation is finally stabilizing.

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Deposits of valuable metals including gold and silver are not new to the Peruvian landscape, though new economic circumstances provide incentives to add greater value to these resources.

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The canal administration seeks to increase traffic while improving the safety of water consumption among other goals.

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A number of financial analysts from international investment banks have concluded that Venezuela will most likely be unable to pay back its debt through 2018.

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At least six small coffee producers started their own coffee shop businesses in the area.

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