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2008-09-23 09:01:02

The government of Uruguay, in a move to expand investment in new industries and technologies, has set aside land for an electric vehicle assembly plant expected to begin construction next month by US electric car pioneer ZAP (OTCBB: ZAAP). The State of Montevideo has granted an acre of land to ZAP within an industrial and technology park established for projects of national interest through CAPIT (Comision Administradora del Parque Industrial y Tecnologico del Cerro). According to Fernando...

2006-07-20 18:47:16

By Hilary Burke CORDOBA, Argentina (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez marked his nation's debut as a member of South America's biggest trade bloc on Thursday at a two-day summit that also drew his friend, Cuban leader Fidel Castro. Venezuela formally became the fifth full member of Mercosur this month, as the bloc grapples with heated disputes among some member countries. Chavez, a self-described leftist revolutionary flush with crude oil revenue and a close Castro ally,...

2005-10-16 09:18:14

SALAMANCA, Spain (Reuters) - Venezuela will become a full member of South America's Mercosur trade pact in December, President Hugo Chavez said on Sunday. Chavez has pushed for a long time for Venezuela to be a full member of Mercosur, which groups Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. Venezuela, the world's no. 5 oil exporter, is already an associate member of the group. "Venezuela will go to the next Mercosur summit in December as a full member," Chavez told a news conference in...


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