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CSOL Holding's first quarter 2022 LTM EBITDA at USD 121.6 million

Fresh Plaza 20 Jun 2022
... complementing its Peruvian window operations with investments in Colombia, Uruguay and lately in Chile, and capitalizing on its commercial and logistic platforms.
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Rugby: Set-piece play propels Japan to 34-15 win over Uruguay

Kyodo 18 Jun 2022
Test debutant Koga Nezuka made an immediate impact for Japan on Saturday, scoring the opening try in the Brave Blossoms' 34-15 win over Uruguay ... With the 2023 Rugby World Cup little more than a year away, Japan head coach Joseph and Uruguay counterpart Esteban Meneses used the clash to appraise potential squad members for the tournament in France.
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San Miguel sells fresh fruit operations in Peru and South Africa to Citri&Co

Fresh Plaza 16 Jun 2022
San Miguel (Argentina) and Citri&Co (Spain) agree to the transfer to Citri&Co of San Miguel’s operations in Peru and South Africa, alongside the exclusive international commercialization of its fresh fruit from Argentina and Uruguay ... At the same time, the company will continue with its fresh citrus exports from Argentina and Uruguay.
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Darwin Nunez almost QUIT football at 17 back in Montevideo... now he's an £85m Liverpool ...

The Daily Mail 14 Jun 2022
He has become the most expensive signing in Liverpool's history but as a 17-year-old prodigy in Uruguay Darwin Nunez almost quit football after he struggled to come back from a serious knee injury ... 'Uruguay is small but the capital can still seem a long way from home ... They have just won the 'Apertura' in Uruguay – a good omen maybe.
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Who is Darwin Nunez and what does his transfer mean for Liverpool?

FourFourTwo 13 Jun 2022
If all conditions are met the total fee for the Uruguay international would be just over £85m and would ... He was born in Artigas, right on the border with Brazil, one of the poorest parts of Uruguay and the city furthest away from the capital Montevideo, in June 1999.
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Global Pride events in full swing

Washington Blade 09 Jun 2022
Ambassador to Lithuania Bob Gilchrist are among those who participated in Baltic Pride 2022 that took place in Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital, on June 4 ... Pride parades are also scheduled to take place in the capitals of Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia respectively on June 25 ... Activists in Argentina and Uruguay will hold Pride marches later this year.
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USA shaky in draw vs. Uruguay, but USMNT midfield and attack get positive grades

Sportingnews 06 Jun 2022
The United States played a tight and exciting match against Uruguay in a pre-World Cup friendly, with both teams looking to get ready for the big tournament in Qatar later this winter ... Scally was poor throughout the first half, as Uruguay capitalized on space in behind him early, and while Scally did put in a spectacular tackle that led to a U.S.
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New investments in Uruguayan citrus sector to show big changes in markets

Fresh Plaza 06 Jun 2022
The citrus sector in Uruguay is buoyed by new investors who are expanding or simply renewing orchards with the latest cultivars. This allows the leading exported fresh fruit commodity in Uruguay to start capitalizing on their counter season offering in existing and new markets.
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Uruguay's Microtrafficking Approach Under Question as Homicides Jump

InSight Crime 20 May 2022
A spate of gang-related killings in Uruguay’s capital of Montevideo, alongside violence throughout the country, is raising debate about the alleged success of the government's uncompromising security strategies in confronting microtrafficking. On May 14, a new report indicated that Uruguay had witnessed 147 murders between January and mid-May.
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Uruguay house-prison used by guerrillas, military regime reopened to public

La Prensa Latina 19 May 2022
People walking in Cordon, a trendy neighborhood in Uruguay’s capital, probably do not suspect the National Liberation Movement-Tupamaros (MLN-T) once held two kidnapped individuals in the depths of that house, whose large wooden windows look out on to Juan Paullier Street.
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Cyclone Yakecan batters Uruguay and Brazil

BBC News 18 May 2022
Uruguay has been hit by strong winds and high waves as a subtropical cyclone swept through the South American nation. A 23-year-old man was killed when a tree fell on his house amid gusts of 98km/h (61mph) in the capital, Montevideo ... After battering Uruguay, Cyclone Yakecan moved north to Brazil, where it caused widespread power cuts.
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New photography exhibition celebrates gauchos culture

China Daily 18 May 2022
A photography exhibition featuring gauchos, a group of nomadic people in Uruguay,began in Qingdao, Shandong province on May 17 ... The event was co-sponsored by Qingdao Museum and Museum of Pre-Columbian and Indigenous Art in Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay ... of Uruguay in China.
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Camposol Holding PLC reports fourth quarter and audited full year 2021 financial results

Fresh Plaza 09 May 2022
... global clients complementing its Peruvian window operations with investments in Colombia, Uruguay and lately in Chile, and capitalizing on its commercial and logistic platforms.
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Long-term FIH partner Hero named title sponsor of Hockey5s Lausanne 2022

Inside The Games 06 May 2022
In the women's competition, teams from India, Switzerland and Poland are due to perform at the Place de la Navigation in the Olympic capital, alongside South Africa and Uruguay. Hockey5s is played with five players per team and has been played at the Youth Olympics ©Getty Images ... .

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