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Chile's salmon farms losing up to $800 million from algal bloom
Unusually high ocean temperatures, due in large part to the El Niño weather phenomenon, have fueled the algal bloom that has affected 37 of the nearly 415 salmon farms operating in southern Chile. Most of the farms are in ocean enclosures or in estuaries.
Tour and Hotel News: Barbie in Montreal; Cooking in Chile
Chilean food is the focus at Hacienda Hotel Vira Vira, an 18-room Relais & Châteaux property in Pucon, a village on the banks of Lake Villarrica in the Lake District of Chile.
An Economic Mystery Surrounding Argentina And Chile
By Sean Silverthorne. At the end of the nineteenth century, Argentina was one of the great economic powers in the world—capitalizing on exports of beef and wheat to be a leader in the first wave of globalization.
Chile 'Caravan of Death' commander Gen Arellano Stark dies
The Chilean general who led an army death squad in the aftermath of the 1973 military coup has died aged 94. Gen Sergio Arellano Stark was the commander of the infamous "Caravan of Death", responsible for the killing of at least 75 political prisoners.
Chery to launch new model in Chile
HEFEI - Chinese auto maker Chery Automobile Co announced on Wednesday that it will launch its latest model , the Arrizo 5, in Santiago , Chile , on Thursday . Chery is the first Chinese automaker to launch a new model overseas ahead of the domestic ...

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