HONG KONG, March 26 (Reuters) - China Construction Bank , the country's second-biggest lender, plans to set up branches in eight countries in Europe, South America and Asia this year, three sources with direct knowledge told Reuters on Thursday.
BUENOS AIRES, March 25 (Reuters) - Argentina's Economy Minister Axel Kicillof said on Wednesday a deal between Citigroup Inc and a U.S. judge allowing the banking giant to process two Argentine debt payments violated the South American country's laws.
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CARACAS, March 16 (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Monday the South American OPEC country would keep servicing its debt and find resources despite a tumble in oil prices.
CARACAS, March 15 (Reuters) - A World Bank tribunal has ordered Venezuela to pay oil service company Tidewater around $46 million in compensation for seized vessels, in a decision the South American country hailed as a victory.
CARACAS, March 13 (Reuters) - Venezuela said on Friday it has started the process of filing for the annulment of an award that orders the South American country to pay U.S. bottle maker Owens-Illinois $455 million in compensation for nationalizations.
NEW YORK, March 12 (IFR) - Boston-based investment firm GMO and Ecuador are close to reaching a settlement over some US$16m of bonds on which the South American country voluntarily defaulted in 2008,...
CARACAS, March 12 (Reuters) - U.S. bottle maker Owens-Illinois said on Thursday it had been awarded over $455 million in a nationalization claim against Venezuela, though a lawyer for the South American country said it was likely to seek an annulment.
BUENOS AIRES, March 12 (Reuters) - Argentine over-the-counter bonds reversed gains on Thursday after a U.S. judge upheld a ruling preventing Citigroup Inc from processing the South American country's interest payments on some local law bonds.