Argentinian company Cooperativa De Trabajos Portuarios Limitada de San Martín has signed a contract for the delivery of two Damen ASD 2810 tugs and one Cutter Section Dredger 500.
The two vessels and dredger are to be used
Etihad Airways, the national airline of UAE, has signed a codeshare agreement with Aerolíneas Argentinas, one of South America’s leading airlines.
Effective February 1, 2015, the agreement will offer Etihad’s guests g
Argentina has defaulted on its debt after talks with holdout creditors broke down on Wednesday.
As the clock ticked toward a midnight (0400 GMT) deadline, Economy Minister Axel Kicillof stuck firmly to the government line, repeate
Germany are champions of the world again after snatching victory against Argentina in the soccer showpiece with a superb extra-time goal from baby-faced Mario Goetze to lift the trophy for the first time since 1990.
Hatched from t
Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi are great Argentine footballers with very different personalities but "Leo" became "Diego" for a brief moment when he scored in the World Cup group game against Bosnia.
Strong performances from Iran's volleyball and soccer teams have helped restore national pride following decades of isolation but the joy was tempered by a decision to bar women from attending one event in Tehran.
A high level delegation from Argentina led by the Vice President Amado Boudou today visited global marine operator DP World headquarters and toured Jebel Ali Port.
The visiting dignitaries were accompanied by Mohammed Sharaf, Grou
Argentine Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio's election as pope has broken Europe's centuries-old grip on the papacy, opening the doors on a new age of simplicity and humility for the Roman Catholic Church, mired in intrigue and
Iran is likely to import over 100,000 tonnes of soyoil from Argentina in October-December 2012 as Iran's purchasing of soybeans, soyoil and soymeal is recovering from the impact of sanctions, said a report.
"Imports of so
The way out of an economic downturn is to spend and invest but instead what we are seeing at the moment are governments that think we should cut back and introduce austerity, said a leading Harvard professor.
"But historically that has nev