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Brazil Brazil Inflation Falls to 2.95 pct in 2017
Brazil's annual inflation rate fell to 2.95 percent in 2017, the country's statistics agency IBGE said on Wednesday.
Chile Conservative Former President Pinera wins Chile Election by Wide Margin
Pinera, who governed the country from 2010 to 2014, moves Chile toward the political right amid lagging economic growth.
Peru Peru Watchdog Calls for Transparency on 'Unlimited' Data Plans
Peruvian telecom regulator Osiptel has called on operators to clearly set out the conditions of newly-launched all-you-can-eat plans with a view to avoiding subsequent customers claims. In a statement Osiptel said it welcomed the new “unlimited” data plans offered by Entel, Movistar and Claro as evidence of the dynamic and competitive nature of the mobile sector but urged companies to ensure full transparency.
Brazil Brazil Telecom Complaints Fall 12% in Past 12 Months
There were 264,200 complaints from users of fixed broadband, mobile telephony, fixed telephony and pay-TV services against Brazilian providers to the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) in September. This figure represents a reduction of 35,900 complaints (-12%) compared to the same month last year.
Cuba Cuba Starts Municipal Elections as First Step to Elect Castro Successor
Cubans started to cast their ballots at polling stations as municipal elections kicked off in the Caribbean nation on Sunday, marking the first step towards a general election to choose incumbent President Raul Castro's successor.
Brazil Brazil Congress Approves Communications Budget
Brazil's National Congress approved the budget proposal for 2018 that will see the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications receiving BRL 12.7 billion, reports Teletime.
Brazil Brazil Central Bank Reduces 2017 GDP Growth Estimates
Amid a two-year-long recession, Brazil's Central Bank announced on Thursday its decision to reduce the GDP growth projection for 2017 to 0.5 percent.
Cuba Cuba to Reduce Price of Surfing Domestic Websites
Cuba's state-owned telecommunications company Etecsa announced Thursday in a statement that it is to lower the price for surfing the domestic websites on Internet to "ease searches of websites with national content for cultural, informative or research purposes."
Cuba Trump Policies Could Roll Back US-Cuba Ties, Says Mexican Academic
Progress in US-Cuba ties is likely to suffer a setback under US President Donald Trump, according to Mario Torrico, a research professor at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (Flacso) in Mexico City.
Brazil Brazilian President Defends His Administration via Social Networks
Brazilian President Michel Temer highlighted the performance of his administration in a video distributed through social networks on Friday, citing economic advances in the country.
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