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Parapharmacies/drugstores continued on a growth path despite the increasing number of competitors. Comment?
The death toll in Bangladesh's worst factory disaster climbed past 300 on Friday, as thousands of people still surrounded the site outside the capital in search of missing relatives. Comment?
Japan's finance ministry said Friday that China has cancelled a top annual finance meeting with Japan and South Korea, as diplomatic tensions between Tokyo and Beijing soar. Comment?
Gunmen killed 13 people in an ambush on a Philippine mayor, police said Friday, in the deadliest of a string of violent incidents that have marred campaigning for May elections. Comment?
Bangladeshi police fired rubber bullets and tear gas at hundreds of thousands of garment workers Friday as they protested the deaths of some 300 workers in the latest tragedy to hit the sector. Comment?
The Bolivian government will allocate over US$2.243 billion in investing, exploring and exploiting hydrocarbons, said President Evo Morales. Comment?
By introducing new concepts, improving its outlets, and increasing its offering to lower income consumers, it has remained competitive and maintained its leadership position in footwear specialist retailers in Bolivia. Comment?
Bolivia's President Evo Morales Wednesday pledged to invest what's needed to showcase "the best" of Bolivia at next year's Dakar Rally, an annual off-road endurance race that will for the first time include the South American country. Comment?
... km (31 miles) NW of Villazon, Bolivia 52 km (32 miles) NW of La Quiaca, Argentina 132 km (82 miles) WSW of Tarija, Bolivia NST= 40, Nph= 47, Dmin=316.1 km, Rmss=1.6 sec, Gp= 43, M-type=body wave magnitude (Mb), Version=5 Did you feel it? Report ... Comment?
FORMER Parish Priest at Moyraverty, Father Martin McAlinden, returned to the borough recently to welcome an old friend back to Craigavon. Comment?
The paradox goes almost unnoticed because that area of the department of Tarija, in the middle of the Bolivian Chaco, is 1,205 kilometres south of La Paz - far from the economic centre where state coffers are constantly replenished by revenue from natural gas exports to Argentina and Brazil. Comment?
Hello, We are an American family moving from Ecuador to Tarija this spring. We want to enter on the SPV and then get 1 year residency. Comment?
... from Europe by the Jesuits. Valle Concepcion is a beautiful valley region under one hour from the city of Tarija, Bolivia. Here you can visit the haciendas and wineries and see some of the world's highest vineyards. Tarija is known for its ... Comment?
With its pleasant, almost year-round springtime climate, beautiful flower gardens, rich colonial architecture, and some of the highest vineyards in the world, Tarija is known as the 'Andalucia' of South America. Comment?
Bolivia's state oil company Yacimientos Petroliferos Fiscales Bolivianos awarded exploration concessions to Petroleo Brasileiro SA and BG Group Plc , according to state-controlled news outlet Agencia Boliviana de Informacion. Comment?
For centuries, the semi-arid Chaco of Bolivia had a reputation of being inhospitable. Comment?
I'm really having a difficult time deciding on a retirement location. I see merits in several Bolivian cities, Sucre, Cochabamba, Tarija as well as Arequipa, Peru and Cuenca, Ecuador. Comment?
Hi, I'm considering Bolivia for retirement. I was reading a blog about Tarija that mentioned cheap restaurants called pensions where locals ate cheap set lunches. Comment?
They are the Tapiete Indians, who refuse to disappear. In this community of makeshift shacks in a clearing in the forest along Bolivia's southern border with Paraguay, just over 190 people from the Tapiete indigenous community live on 24,000 hectares of collectively owned land to which they have held formal title since April 2001. Comment?
In this March 21, 2012 file photo, U.S. businessman Jacob Ostreicher, right, talks to his attorney Abel Montano at a local courthouse in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. Comment?