Canadá como principal emisor de turismo para Cuba. Una reseña obligada

Es conocido que el turismo canadiense ha constituido durante décadas, y a partir de los años 80 del siglo XX, el principal emisor de visitantes internacionales hacia Cuba. En 1985, cuando la...

Swift, BIC and IBAN codes: what they are and why we need them?

Probably on some occasions when you try to execute a financial transaction, you have been asked for a code that you were not sure what it is. Well, it...

Canada to challenge U.S. softwood lumber duties under Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement

Mary Ng, minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development, issued an statement regarding the United States’ unwarranted and unfair duties on softwood lumber from Canada.

Justin Trudeau and Ontario Premier Doug Ford discuss shared priorities

Following the announcement of new federal investments in housing made by the prime minister in Kitchener, Ontario, the two leaders spoke about the need for further collaboration on housing.

Damage to Mexico’s food security is worth 500 million dollars

The damage to Mexico's Food Security (Segalmex) due to fiscal irregularities totals 9.5 billion pesos (500 million dollars), an official revealed. The head of the Public Function Secretariat (SFP),...

Canadians cut spending pressured by inflation

More than half of Canadians now feel unable to keep up with the cost of living, while 80 percent are cutting back on spending after rising prices in areas such as food.

Russia to lower oil export tariffs

The Russian Finance Ministry announced that as of September 1, 2022, oil export tariff will be lowered by 1.9%, from about to per ton. The Finance Ministry’s statement, posted...

New oil reserves discovered in China

China's state oil giant Sinopec discovered other reserves containing 1.7 billion tons of crude oil while some fields in the Northwest Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region were explored, Global Times reported.

OECD forecasts global economic slowdown

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) predicted an economic slowdown at international level given the current panorama of inflation and uncertainty, according to a report. The document...

ECLAC calls for a greener, fairer transition in Latin America

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) urged to address the gaps preventing Latin America from making a green and fair transition. The ECLAC Acting Executive...