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          9:30 Zu den Quellen des Essequibo (3/5) - In der Rupununi      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Die Teilnehmer der Expedition versuchen, über den Nebenfluss Rupununi in die unbewohnte Region am Oberlauf des Essequibo vorzudringen. Guyana ist nur sehr spärlich besiedelt. Mehr als 90 Prozent der Bevölkerung leben an der Küste. So wird die Reise durchs Hinterland zum Oberlauf des Essequibo zu einer Reise zwischen den Kulturen, durch unberührte Landschaften und paradiesische Natur. Bei der Durchquerung der ebenfalls Rupununi genannten Sumpfsavanne machen die Expeditionsteilnehmer in einem Indianerdorf Halt.
          Cayman Under 15 Girls beat Guyana to record second win      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Cayman Islands Girls Under 15 squad continued their winning ways with a hard-fought 2-0 win over Guyana Tuesday morning in Group E play at the CONCACAF Girls’ Under 15 Championships in Bradenton, Florida.
          Guyana Amazon Warriors vs St Kitts and Nevis Patriots Today Match Prediction      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Guyana Amazon Warriors vs St Kitts and Nevis Patriots  Today Match Prediction 9th Aug Thursday 2018. Who Will Win Guyana Amazon Warriors vs St Kitts and Nevis Patriots today match? live score ball by ball. The Sixth edition of the CPL is starting from 8th of August. It is the domestic T20 League tournament of West Indies. [...]

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          9:30 Zu den Quellen des Essequibo (4/5) - Im wilden Süden      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In dieser Folge erkundet das Film-Team - nicht ganz freiwillig - den wilden Süden Guyanas und das Niemandsland der Acaraiberge an der Grenze zu Brasilien. Die Stromschnellen zwingen das Expeditionsteam, einen Umweg weiter im Süden zu machen. Dabei erlebt die Truppe den "wilden Süden" Guyanas, wo Vaqueros traditionell Rinder hüten. Auf der größten Ranch des Landes findet das legendäre Oster-Rodeo statt. Dort trifft die Mannschaft auf den erfahrenen Waldläufer Duane de Freitas, der sie bei der weiteren Expedition unterstützt. Wissenschaftliche Verstärkung kommt durch Professor Dr. rer. nat. Martin Oczipka, einen Spezialisten für Geoinformation und Vermessungswesen aus Dresden. So bricht das Team auf in die Acaraiberge - in der Regenzeit eine große Herausforderung für Mensch und Material. Auf der Route treffen sie unter anderem auf majestätische Storchenvögel, sogenannte Jabirus, Gürteltiere, Jaguare und Königsgeier.
          10 dollars 1992 UNC, Guyana - Jelenlegi ára: 315 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TISZTELT GYŰJTŐTÁRSAK! A Numis Numismatics köszönti online aukcióján!
SZEMÉLYES ÁTVÉTELRE BUDAPEST SZÁMOS PONTJÁN  IS LEHETŐSÉG VAN, ELŐRE EGYEZTETETT IDŐPONTBAN ÉS HELYSZÍNEN, ILLETVE VIDÉKI ÉRMEBÖRZÉKEN, KIZÁRÓLAG LEGALÁBB 3000FT VÁSÁRLÁST ELÉRVE LEHETSÉGES. A TERMÉK ÁTVÉTELÉRE LEGKORÁBBAN A LEÜTÉS MÁSNAPJÁN VAN LEHETŐSÉG. SZEMÉLYES ÁTVÉTEL AZ ÁLTALAM MEGSZABOTT IDŐBEN ÉS HELYEN: 0 Ft SZEMÉLYES ÁTVÉTEL A VEVŐ ÁLTAL MEGSZABOTT IDŐBEN ÉS HELYEN: 1500 Ft SZEMÉLYES ÁTVÉTEL 3000FT VÁSÁRLÁS ALATT: 1500FT
POSTAKÖLTSÉG  A Magyar Posta díjszabása szerint:  
-         Ajánlott levél 500Ft -         500 Ft vételár alatti vásárlásnál sima levélként is kérhető a postázás, de csak előre értékeléssel, az elveszett  küldeményekért ugyanis felelősséget nem vállalunk és a Posta sem, a levél elvesztése végett csak akkor adunk kártérítést, ha a postától megkaptuk a kártérítési díjat, és csak annak a megítélt összegét tudjuk visszaadni. -         Amennyiben banki pénztári befizetést választ +300 ft-ot kell fizetni a banki költségek végett.  Kérem ezt figyelembe            venni, és tiszteletben tartani! -         Több tételt vásárlóktól  természetesen csak EGY postaköltséget kérünk.
-        KÜLFÖLDRE IS POSTÁZUNK!
A megnyert tételek átvételére az aukció lezárásától számított 10 nap áll rendelkezésre. Tételek összevárására van lehetőség előre egyeztetés után.
TARTÁSFOKOK   PP :  Proof Bu:  selyemfényű UNC:  Uncirculated: verdefényes / bankfriss Forgalomban sohasem volt, gyűrődés, hajtás, szennyeződés, szakadás és hiányosság nélküli bankjegy, ahogy a nyomdából kikerül. Érméknél karc, peremhiba és kopásmentes. aUNC:  about Uncirculated: közel verdefényes / hajtatlan Alig észrevehető gyűrődéssel jellegzetes újszerűségét elvesztett, gyakorlatilag forgalomban sohasem volt, HAJTÁS NÉLKÜLI, komolyabb szennyeződés, szakadás és hiányosság nélküli bankjegy. Érméknél apró karcok kis peremhiba. EF+, EF:  Extra fine: kiváló Esetleg észrevehetően gyűrött, 1-szer, maximum 3-szor hajtott, szennyeződés, szakadás és hiányosság nélküli bankjegy. Érméknél enyhe, szabad szemmel látható karcolásokkal, a legkiemelkedőbb felületek kopásával. VF:  Very fine: nagyon szép Ez esetleg észrevehetően gyűrött, több, mint három helyen hajtott, a szennyeződés csekély jeleit mutató, de szakadás és hiányosság nélküli bankjegy. Érméknél a használat több jelével, szabad szemmel látható karcolásokkal, nagyobb kopott felületekkel. F:  Fine: szép A forgalom fokozottabb jeleit mutató, erősebben gyűrött és szennyezett, de szakadás és hiányosság nélküli bankjegy. VG:  Very Good: nagyon jó Hiányosság nélküli, erősebben gyűrött és szennyezett bankjegy, amelyen legfeljebb 4 centiméteres szakadás van. Érméknél igencsak használt, amely a sok használat jeleit mutatja, nagyon sok szabad szemmel is jól látható karcolássokkal rendelkezhet és nagymértékű koszt viselhet magán. G:  Good: jó Az a hiányosság nélküli, erősebben gyűrött és szennyezett bankjegy,
10 dollars 1992 UNC, Guyana
Jelenlegi ára: 315 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-08-30 09:47
          Case against alleged Essequibo gold bar smuggler dismissed      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A city magistrate yesterday dismissed a charge against Tuschen, East Bank Essequibo businessman, Christopher Baldeo, who was accused of smuggling gold bars out of Guyana, after the prosecution failed to make out a case against him.
          DeSinco Trading hampers for Venezuelan migrants in Guyana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Civil Defence Commission (CDC) on Tuesday received a donation of 50 food hampers from DeSinco Trading Limited, to assist the 260 Venezuelan migrants, who are occupying areas in Barima-Waini (Region One), Guyana..
          GPSU welcomes appointment of Dr Bynoe      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Executive Council of the Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) has welcomed the appointment of Dr.
          Second phase of GRA tax amnesty ends Sept 30      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA)  on Tuesday reminded that the second phase of its tax amnesty will culminate on September 30, 2018.
          Council of Legal Education to meet in Guyana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Government of Guyana, in collaboration with the Council of Legal Education (CLE) will be hosting a series of meetings of the CLE which will place emphasis on the Caribbean Law Schools and how they relate to the Caribbean Community.   
          GECOM likely to spend around $74M on billboards      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) is likely to spend some $74M  on billboards in Local Authorities Areas as part of its educational programme, in preparation for Local Government Elections which are set for November 12, 2018.
          Guyana Amazon Warriors v St Kitts and Nevis Patriots      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Guyana Amazon Warriors v St Kitts and Nevis Patriots
          13 Karatekas improve Dan ranks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This past Sunday, head of the IKD, Ninth Dan Shuseki Shihan Frank Woon-A-Tai conducted high-level karate examinations at the YMCA, Thomas Lands. To start the day off, there were 109 students of the Association do Shotokan Karate – Guyana (ASK-G) ASK-G with their parents anxiously waiting to see their child’s performance at the examinations. The […]
          Tech staff impressed by progress      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
CONCACAF U-15 Girls Championship…  As the CONCACAF U-15 Girls Championship continues at the IMG Academy, Florida, USA, Guyana will seek to end their participation on a winning note as the team prepare for their final group match against The Bahamas today at 11:00h. This was the sentiment expressed by Guyana Football Federation (GFF) International Women’s […]
          Govt to probe gold, mercury smuggling – Trotman      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
An investigation will soon be launched into the suspected smuggling of gold and mercury out of Guyana. This is according to Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman, who on Wednesday noted that he believes gold and mercury are being smuggled out of the country. Trotman made the announcement during the inaugural meeting of the Multi- Stakeholder […]
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          “It’s time now to start the Biggest Party” – Malik      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hero CPL 2018 at Providence …team poised ahead of opener at Providence By Clifton Ross A smiling Guyana Amazon Warriors Captain Shoaib Malik said it was time to get the party started as the home team opened their 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) campaign against the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots, today, Thursday August […]
          Jags’ “Train And Play” in Brazil attracts top complement      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
CONCACAF Nations League Countdown… As Guyana prepares for its first match of the CONCACAF Nations League in September, Guyana’s senior men’s national team, commonly known as the Golden Jaguars, will benefit from the most comprehensive and experienced technical staff Guyana’s national football has ever had, during the “Train and Play” scheduled for August 12-26 in […]
          GCB/Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket slated to host string of summer camps      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) and Scotiabank under their Kiddy Cricket brand will tomorrow close one of their many cricket summer camps where they have sought to teach the game of cricket to the younger generation. At the same time, the two entities are gearing up to host several other cricket camps throughout the coast […]
          GSSF’s 3-Gun Match sponsored by Queensway Group of Companies Inc      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
On what some competitors called the hottest day of July, the Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation (GSSF) hosted yet another Multi-Gun Practical Shooting Match at the Guyana Defence Force’s (GDF) Timehri shooting range. This match was under the sponsorship of the Queensway Group of Companies Inc. Match Director David Dharry welcomed participants and thanked the management […]
          Maduro prepara el terreno para castigar a diputados por supuesto atentado      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
El presidente venezolano, Nicolás Maduro, prepara el terreno para procesar a parlamentarios opositores a quienes acusa de intentar matarlo: su Asamblea Constituyente se dispone a retirarles la inmunidad y llevarlos ante la justicia. En la mira están el exiliado expresidente del Parlamento Julio Borges y Juan Requesens, detenido la noche del martes por el servicio […]
          Economic reforms and T&T’s growth outlook      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Published: 
Thursday, August 9, 2018

Only a few weeks ago, the IMF released a statement on T&T embracing the reforms undertaken by the twin-island sovereign in recent months. After two years of economic recession the IMF projects a return to growth in 2018.

While such a recession is to be expected in a country that is very dependent on its commodities—particularly gas reserves, in the case of T&T—the reforms could be a game changer. The rebound in commodity prices is certainly welcome news, but the progress towards fiscal consolidation and economic diversification is even more significant for the sustainability of the country’s long-term development.

According to the IMF, GDP contracted by 2.6 per cent in 2017, a marked improvement from the 6.1 per cent drop in 2016. While gas production rebounded in late 2017, oil output remained flat. The non-energy sectors also failed to provide respite from the oil and gas crisis, with construction and financial services largely idle due to delays in public projects and a foreign exchange shortage.

Regained optimism amid rebounding commodity prices and regulatory reform

The reforms have brought about improved fiscal performance and a brighter—albeit modest—medium-term economic outlook, which was reflected in our third Oxford Business Group Business Barometer: T&T CEO Survey.

Regulatory changes and the recovery of commodity prices have led local business leaders to adopt a more optimistic perspective. In fact, their forecasts for GDP growth far exceed those of the IMF: while the fund expects nearly flat growth of 0.25 per cent for 2018, 52 per cent of survey participants project expansion of up to 1 per cent for the year, and 15 per cent expect this figure to surpass 2 per cent.

Furthermore, 69 per cent have positive or very positive expectations of local business conditions in the coming 12 months.

This marks a considerable rise from the 57 per cent who had positive expectations in our survey released late last year, and it is a nearly four-fold increase on the 18 per cent figure recorded in our inaugural OBG Business Barometer in T&T two years ago, when the nation was in the midst of an economic crisis.

This wave of recovering optimism is a key factor motivating plans to make capital outlays, with 67 per cent of participants reporting that their company is likely or very likely to make a significant capital investment in the next 12 months

Tax environment remains competitive

In a recent interview with OBG, Christopher Lewis, president of InvesTT, the domestic investment promotion body, said that the relatively low cost of doing business in T&T makes it a particularly attractive investment destination.

“In spite of the recent increase in corporate taxation, with rates going up from 25 per cent to 30 per cent, the country is still very competitive when compared to other jurisdictions in the Americas or the Caribbean,” he said.

CEOs appear to agree, as a notable majority (64 per cent) find the tax environment to be competitive or very competitive on a global scale. This was only a slight decline from 67 per cent in last year’s survey.

Given the global trend of declining corporate tax rates, T&T’s 5 per cent increase is likely to weigh on global competitiveness. However, the government needs to prioritise fiscal strength over the global tax race for the time being.

Indeed, T&T’s focus is internal, but the trends of its Caribbean neighbours remain key to its economic performance.

Guyana is perceived to be the largest player by far influencing T&T’s interests, with 56 per cent of respondents naming it as the Caricom country with the most potential as an export and/or investment destination. This was followed by Jamaica, a distant second with 27 per cent, and Barbados with 9 per cent.

Shortage of soft skills

T&T is also facing a skills mismatch. As we see in many emerging markets where we conduct our CEO surveys, leadership (49 per cent) was cited as the skill in greatest need in the country, followed by customer service (29 per cent).

This indicates a greater perceived shortage of soft skills than that of science, technology, engineering and maths capabilities.

Persistent challenges to address for longer-term growth

With all this in mind, our outlook for T&T is cautiously optimistic: indicators have certainly taken a positive turn, but we must also understand the unique challenges facing the twin-island nation, including volatility in energy prices,v pending reforms, delayed public projects and a lack of soft skills.

Furthermore, to maximise growth potential, the government will need to promptly execute the tax reform and address the foreign exchange shortage. C-suite executives agree that these efforts will require consistent measures to diversify the economy and increase the competitiveness of non-energy sectors.

Investor sentiment improving

A sizeable majority of executives interviewed for the 2018 edition of the Business Barometer: T&T CEO Survey carried out by Oxford Business Group (OBG) had positive expectations for the coming 12 months, in a sign that the country’s fiscal consolidation efforts, assisted by rising commodity prices, are beginning to bear fruit.

As part of its survey on the T&T economy, the global research and consultancy firm asked more than 100 C-suite executives from across the country’s industries a wide-ranging series of questions on a face-to-face basis aimed at gauging business sentiment.

From the CEOs interviewed, 69 per cent felt either positive or very positive about local business conditions for the next 12 months, up from 57 per cent in OBG’s last survey, which was released in late 2017.

In answer to a separate question, 67 per cent of business leaders thought it likely or very likely that their company would make a significant capital investment within the same timeframe, compared to 60.7 per cent previously.

Respondents’ positive outlook may well be down in part to their largely favourable views on T&T’s tax environment and the relatively low cost of doing business in the country. Almost two-thirds (64 per cent) described the tax climate as competitive or very competitive on a global scale, despite a recent increase of 5 per cent in corporate taxation.

Business leaders were also confident that the economy would return to growth in 2018, following two years of recession, with more than half (52 per cent) of those surveyed expecting GDP to reach 1 per cewnt for the year, well above recent forecasts made by the IMF of 0.25 per cent.

This survey has been designed to assess business sentiment amongst business leaders (chief executives or equivalent) and their outlook for the next 12 months. Unlike many surveys, the OBG Business

Barometer is conducted by OBG staff on a face-to-face basis, across the full range of industries, company sizes and functional specialties. The results are anonymous.

OBG Business Barometer is based on data from companies with revenue within the following parameters, among others:

• 81 per cent of companies surveyed were private

• 25 per cent of companies surveyed were international

• 31 per cent of companies surveyed were regional

• 44 per cent5 of companies surveyed were local

The data generated allows for analysis of sentiment within an individual country, as well as regionally and globally. Additionally, comparisons can be drawn between both individual countries and regionally. The results are presented statistically within infographics and discussed in articles written by OBG managing editors.

T&T CEO survey About Oxford Business Group

Oxford Business Group is a global research and consultancy company with a presence in over 30 countries, from The Americas, Africa and Asia to the Middle East. A distinctive and respected provider of on-the-ground intelligence on many of the world’s fastest growing markets, OBG has offices in London, Berlin, Dubai and Istanbul, and a network of local bureaus across the countries in which we operate.

Through its range of products, OBG offers comprehensive and accurate analysis of macroeconomic and sectoral developments, including banking, capital markets, tourism, energy, transport, industry and ICT.

OBG provides business intelligence to its subscribers through multiple platforms: Economic News and Views, OBG Business Barometer—CEO survey, roundtables and conferences, global platform—exclusive video interviews, the report publications and its consultancy division.

 

JAIME PEREZ-SLOANE
DE ZUNZUNEGUI
Regional editor,
North Africa and the Americas,
Oxford Business Group
 


          Fwd: Buenos días, sábado 30 de junio 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

  • Profesor Steve Hanke: "La tasa de inflación anual de Venezuela, medida ayer 28-6-2018, es de 40.246%, por primera vez supera el 40.000%."
  • Iván Duque pidió apoyo a denuncia de la OEA contra Venezuela ante la CPI.
  • Almagro agradeció el apoyo de Iván Duque sobre informe de Venezuela.
  • Duque y Pompeo discutieron sobre la crisis en Venezuela.
  • Duque invita a otros países a dejar Unasur por ser cómplice de Venezuela.
  • María Corina Machado dice que buscan detenerla acusándola de plan de magnicidio. "Señor Maduro, yo lo quiero fuera de Miraflores, pero vivo".
  • Unión Radio: Eurodiputado Jáuregui: Pediremos nuevo acuerdo entre oposición y gobierno en Venezuela. ??
  • La Patilla: Hasta 2000 fusiles AKM cal7, 62×39 con 6000 cargadores y 1.000.000 de cartuchos del mismo calibre cubanos serían recibidos en Nicaragua transportados por un barco militar venezolano, se pudo conocer de manera extraoficial. El barco "T91 los Frailes", también transportaría cuatro vehículos antimotín de la Guardia Nacional Bolivariana.
  • Internacional de Partidos Demócratas de Centro aprueba resolución sobre Venezuela y desconoce proceso del 20 de mayo.
  • Crónica Uno: 35.976 niños venezolanos se quedaron sin alimentos en los últimos tres meses. El Registro Administrativo de Migrantes Venezolanos que realizó el gobierno colombiano indicó que 93.420 familias ya no tienen comida en sus hogares.
  • Estiman que cinco millones de venezolanos se han visto obligados a migrar.
  • Migración venezolana desborda procedimientos para refugiados, revela informe Acnur de junio.
  • Perú supera a EEUU en solicitudes de asilo por parte de venezolanos.
  • EFE: Los indios Warao, los más vulnerables en el éxodo de venezolanos a Brasil.
  • Trabajadores de empresas básicas de Guayana apoyan llamado a Paro Nacional propuesto por Velásquez.
  • El Pitazo: Apucv asegura que paro de profesores en la UCV se cumplió en 95%.
  • En Venezuela murieron tres personas con trasplante en solo cuatro días.
  • EFE: Enfermeros suman cinco días de protesta sin respuestas del Gobierno de Maduro.
  • Protesta de enfermeros en la Clínica Popular El Valle. Protesta de enfermeros en el hospital J.M. de los Ríos.
  • Caraota Digital: Enfermeras trabajan con zapatos remendados porque el salario no les alcanza.
  • Vecinos de la avenida San Martín y La Vega protestan por falta de agua. Paraguaná amaneció trancada por falta de agua y luz. En Mérida trancaron la carretera Trasandina en protesta por apagones eléctricos.
  • Protesta de trabajadores de Corpoelec en la avenida Libertador.
  • MUD exige que cese el hostigamiento contra Carlos Ocariz.
  • Lilian Tintori: No descansaremos hasta ver libres a todos los presos políticos.
  • Villca Fernández: William Saab es cómplice de las violaciones de derechos humanos en el Sebin.
  • Familiares de joven acusada de "rebelión militar" piden resguardar su integridad física.
  • Familiares piden a la ONU que interceda por los presos políticos.
  • El Pitazo: Expertos de ONU: expulsión de Lorent Saleh de Colombia fue violatoria de DDHH.
  • Vivanco: Expulsión de Lorent Saleh de Colombia fue una violación de DDHH.
  • Venezuela fue reelecta como miembro del Comité de Derechos del Niño de la ONU. !!
  • Arreaza: Se reconoce la labor de Venezuela en defensa de los Derechos Humanos.
  • Tercer acusado en caso de narcosobrinos no se ha declarado culpable.
  • La Patilla: Empleados de Alunasa pagan las consecuencias del escándalo por presunto lavado de dinero de Diosdado.
  • Nicolás Maduro extiende hasta el lunes jornadas con productores para "debatir precios".
  • Tareck El Aissami dirigirá plan de restructuración de empresas del Estado.
  • Acordaron en mesas técnicas activar un plan de producción de 90 días.
  • Precios del huevo y la pasta son debatidos por el Gobierno y sectores productivos.
  • Sector agroindustrial condena decisión del gobierno de tomar 70 % de la producción.
  • Carlos Larrazábal (Fedecámaras): Las áreas de comercio que controla el gobierno están paralizadas.
  • Cendas considera que no hay especulación, sino una caída en la producción.
  • El Nacional: Primera panadería intervenida por el gobierno solo hace pan para el CLAP.
  • Riesgos en suministro impulsarían precios petróleo; improbable Opep cubra déficit.
  • Arabia Saudita cubre déficit venezolano y aumenta producción de crudo a cerca de máximo histórico.
  • Precio del petróleo venezolano subió a 67,14 dólares.
  • El Estímulo: Dólar Dicom alcanza los Bs 115.000 en la subasta de divisas número 20.
  • TalCual: Bolívar oficial se devaluó 42,6% en dos semanas.
  • Venezuela y Turquía reafirman nexos de hermandad y cooperación.
  • Nicolás Maduro ajusta tabla salarial para el sector agrícola a través del carnet de la Patria.
  • Guyana lanza campaña informativa sobre disputas fronterizas con Venezuela.
  • Alcaldía de Maracaibo inició operativo en defensa de burros utilizados para trasladar basura.
  • Desarticulan en España una red que explotaba sexualmente a venezolanas y colombianas.
  • Representantes del nuevo gobierno español manifiestan interés por solventar la crisis de Venezuela.
  • Colombia dice no hay que temer a discusiones sobre acuerdo paz.
  • Dirigentes de la FARC comparecen por primera vez ante Comisión de la Verdad.
  • Ecuador despidió a equipo de prensa asesinado en Colombia con llamado a la paz.
  • EEUU revoca visas a más funcionarios involucrados en represión en Nicaragua.
  • Nicaragua invita en pleno conflicto a militares de Cuba, Rusia, Venezuela y Estados Unidos, para realizar operaciones de adiestramiento e intercambio de experiencias.
  • OEA aprobó resolución de rechazo a la separación de familias migrantes en EEUU.
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Dutch floater player sees follow-up soon to first unit, which is destined for ExxonMobil's Stabroek block off Guyana
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After Argentina rejected a bill to allow abortion in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy, hopes of reform now rest elsewhere

An estimated 6.5 million abortions take place across Latin America each year. Three-quarters of these procedures are unlawful, often performed in unsafe illegal clinics or at home.

Of 33 countries across Latin America and the Caribbean, only Cuba, Uruguay and Guyana permit elective abortions. Women also have the right to choose in Mexico City. Elsewhere, however, the right to an abortion is severely restricted, with terminations often permitted in cases of rape, or if the pregnancy will endanger the life of the mother. Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Suriname all have a complete ban on abortion.

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