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In order to keep business profits and supply in South America as opposed to Asia, Paraguay will receive Brazilian companies to operate factories in the country, which offers much lower costs of production and other benefits.

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Mexico is among the top importers in the world for timber harvested illegally from the Amazon.

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Three separate groups of Mexicans, Chileans, and Argentinians were supposedly working alongside each other to accomplish a series of robberies and forgery in Uruguay.

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Statements made by former Chilean agent for maritime demand, José Miguel Insulza, “caused concern in the Government.” He “dismissed suggestions of negotiating a territorial concession with Bolivia,” as outlined by a ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ).

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The Venezuelan political and economic crisis has caused a massive influx of approximately 600,000 Venezuelans into Colombia as of December 31, 2017.

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Ramón Jiménez Gaona, Minister of Public Works and Communication (MOPC), spoke of a strategy begun four years ago to get Paraguay on the Central Bi-Oceanic Railway.

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The Bolivian agents in the International Court of Justice review the arguments that they will present in the last stage of their claim for an outlet to the Pacific.

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Lately, Peru has been trying to find new markets to conquer, using its celebrated gastronomic resources to increase exports.

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The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, responded to the letter that President Juan Orlando Hernández sent him with the aim of restoring dialogue and resolving disputes that have arisen on the agreement with the OAS for the creation of the Mission of Support Against Corruption and Impunity.

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Colombia and Venezuela are joined not only by geography, but also by economics.

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