“Globalization” may not have been part of the discourse 45 years ago when Indira Gandhi shelved civil liberties after declaring the Emergency but it is not possible to sketch that bleak episode on a wide enough canvas without touching such disparate points on the world atlas as Latin America and India’s cow belt.
With president-elect Joseph Biden so well versed and well traveled in Latin America, optimism about the future course of US relations with its southern neighbours is running high. But in diplomacy as in finance, past performance is no guarantee of future results.
When asked how Democrats might translate their success among Arizona’s Latinx community in the latest presidential election, US Representative Ruben Gallego tweeted a sharp reply: “First start by not using the term Latinx.”
The UAE is an essential digital economy partner for Latin America, according to industry leaders speaking at the fourth edition of the Global Business Forum Latin America (GBF LATAM 2022) in Dubai. A panel session at the forum entitled
After investigating the roll’s content, police found 250g of cocaine which the defendant was attempting to smuggle inside the country.
Dubai Chamber’s representative offices in Latin America recently organised a webinar to promote Expo 2020 Dubai as a platform to doing business in Dubai
The value of Dubai Chamber members’ exports and re-exports to Latin America surged 69 per cent to reach a record $60.5 million in the first quarter of 2021, a trend supported by increased activity among companies in Dubai
The UAE delegation was welcomed by German Umana, Minister of Commerce, Industry, and Tourism, and Francisco Coy, Vice Minister of Political Affairs, at the Colombian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
How much do people in Latin America hate the US.? The question is hardly new, but the war in Ukraine brings it up again: How can Latin American countries loudly committed to the principle of non-intervention shrug off the decision by an autocratic oligarch to send in the tanks to take over a smaller neighbor whose land and
The Latin America and Caribbean (LATAM) region can be an important economic partner to help Dubai meet its new target of boosting foreign trade to Dhs2 trillion over the next five years, according to a new guide published by Dubai Chamber of