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NEW YORK, Oct.
By Louise Egan BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters)
By Mary Milliken BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters) - The top U.S. official for Latin America said Washington needs to do "more work" in the region as populations demand better economic results from their democracies. Thomas Shannon, U.S.
By Damian Wroclavsky BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters) - Argentina canceled its entire $9.5 billion debt to the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday, effectively cutting free from the Washington-based lender after years of bitter clashes.
By Patrick Markey CARACAS, Venezuela (Reuters) - Mexico dug in its heels in a diplomatic standoff with Venezuela on Wednesday after both countries recalled their ambassadors during a heated dispute over U.S. regional free trade proposals.
By Tabassum Zakaria MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina (Reuters) - The United States on Friday offered little help to Argentina in its quest for more-flexible terms from the International Monetary Fund, as they prepare for talks on a new economic program. U.S. President George W.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush, preparing to visit Latin America, said the United States will not intervene in negotiations between Argentina and the International Monetary Fund on a follow-up loan agreement.
By Kevin Gray BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters) - Argentine President Nestor Kirchner strengthened his support in Congress during legislative elections on Sunday, while his wife scored a resounding victory in an important Senate race.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush, who many Latin Americans criticize for being out of touch with the region's woes, will attend in November a summit of the hemisphere's leaders in Argentina before going to Brazil and Panama.
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