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  • Uruguay con superávit comercial interanual de 136,1 mln dlr en junio

    MONTEVIDEO (Reuters) - Uruguay tuvo un superávit comercial de 136,1 millones de dólares en junio, impulsado por ventas de carnes y cereales, frente al saldo favorable de 226 millones de dólares del mismo mes del año previo, informó el miércoles el banco...
  • U.S. drops to 15th in world soccer rankings

    U.S. drops to 15th in world soccer rankings
    Despite advancing to the Round of 16 in this summer’s World Cup, the U.S. national team dropped two spots, to 15th, in the latest FIFA World Rankings released Thursday. That’s the lowest the U.S. has been since August, when it was 19th....
  • ANALISIS-Default de Argentina golpeará a fábricas brasileñas y al turismo uruguayo

    RIO DE JANEIRO/BRASILIA (Reuters) - El default de Argentina amenaza con agravar las tensiones comerciales en América del Sur, otra preocupación económica para Brasil en un año de tensas elecciones y un dolor de cabeza para Uruguay, porque la recesión se...
  • World Cup 2014: Montevideo, Uruguay is not neutral about soccer

    World Cup 2014: Montevideo, Uruguay is not neutral about soccer
    The Spanish founded Montevideo in 1764 on the east side of the Río de la Plata as a buffer against Portuguese expansion from the north. That role endures: Uruguay is known as the Switzerland of South America, the neutral party between Brazil and...
  • Orlando's Rock Hard Revue: a ratings draw

    Orlando's Rock Hard Revue: a ratings draw
    UPDATED: Reruns were the biggest attractions in television Tuesday night. "NCIS" and Mark Harmon drew an impressive 8.8 million for CBS, according to updated ratings. NBC repeated the "America's Got Talent" from Sunday, and 7.9 million tuned in....
  • Facebook: World Cup was biggest social media event ever

    Facebook: World Cup was biggest social media event ever
    Brazil's World Cup was the biggest social media event on record involving 350 million Facebook users worldwide, the company claimed Monday, as it made strides into the so-called "real-time" market dominated by Twitter. People increasingly are using social...
  • June: A month rich in Moutza contenders, 'dead broke' or otherwise

    June: A month rich in Moutza contenders, 'dead broke' or otherwise
    Who wins June's coveted Moutza of the Month? Competition was so intense that agitated readers started a Moutza Fight Club on social media while nominating the contenders. But the last thing America needs is an angry posse of Moutza nominators...
  • European powers England, Italy clash on packed World Cup Saturday

    European powers England, Italy clash on packed World Cup Saturday
    Yesterday in one sentence: It’s a little early to declare a team completely dead, but Spain looked completely dead yesterday. What’s on tap: Colombia vs. Greece, 12 p.m., ABC; Uruguay vs. Costa Rica, 3 p.m.; ABC; England vs. Italy, 6 p.m.,...
  • Costa Rica sorprende con triunfo 3-1 sobre Uruguay

    Costa Rica sorprende con triunfo 3-1 sobre Uruguay
    La selección de fútbol de Costa Rica dio la sorpresa el sábado al remontar una desventaja y vencer 3-1 a Uruguay por el Grupo D del Mundial, un resultado que le abre una buena opción de avanzar a octavos de final. Joel Campbell, Oscar Duarte y Marcos...
  • Costa Rica fight back to stun Uruguay 3-1

    Costa Rica fight back to stun Uruguay 3-1
    Two goals in four dramatic second-half minutes set lowly Costa Rica on their way to a deserved 3-1 victory over Uruguay on Saturday in the biggest upset of the World Cup so far. The Uruguayans took the lead in the Group D clash thanks to a disputed...
  • World Cup 2014: Costa Rica stuns Uruguay, 3-1, in Group D opener

    Second chances are nice. Third chances, even better. Costa Rican defender Oscar Duarte got that during his team's 3-1 upset of Uruguay in a World Cup Group D opener on Saturday. Duarte needed a shot at atonement. He had accosted Diego Lugano of...