Jan 26, 2014
Chilean Government, Unions Reach Agreement to Resolve Strike at Ports
Chile's government and the port workers' unions reached an accord Saturday that can resolve the strike that has shut down a dozen ports up and down the country for more than three weeks, union officials said.
UPDATE 1-Operations resume at one Chile port, others join strike
Operations at the northern Chilean port of Angamos resumed on Wednesday after access to docks was unblocked, but some southern ports went on strike to protest what they called police repression during the industrial action, according to a port operator and union.
Chile court orders tsunami payout
Chile's Supreme Court has for the first time ordered the state to pay compensation to the relatives of one of the victims of the 2010 tsunami.
Is Chile the next Brazil?
Clouds of black smoke rise from a burning barricade during a nationwide demonstration in Santiago, Chile, Wednesday, June 26, 2013.
Food Quality News
Long distance shipping breakthrough for fresh salmon
New technology has preserved salmon shipped from Chile to the US without ice or polystyrene in what Global Fresh Foods , the company spearheading the initiative, describes as an industry first.