Chile

  • Seeking Government Support to Developing Cruise Tourism in Chile

    With a view of finding support from the state level to more effectively develop cruise tourism in Chile, various representatives from the Corporation of Southern Cone Ports (le Corporación de Puertos del Cono Sur) – an association of ports and terminals formed for a purpose of promoting cruise business...
  • Lundin Mining Receives Approval of Environmental Impact Assessment for the Candelaria Mine

    Lundin Mining Corporation is pleased to announce that it has received approval of the Environmental Impact Assessment (“EIA”) for the extension of operations and mine life for its Candelaria Mine in Chile (the “Candelaria 2030 project”). The Candelaria 2030 project includes a number of enhancements to the current operation,...
  • Chile

    Overview Chile is one of South America’s most important wine-producing countries. Chile’s vineyard area dedicated to Cabernet Sauvignon is second only to France. The country has become a winemaking hot spot due to the cooling effect Chile receives from the Pacific Ocean and the Humboldt Current. In other words,...
  • Wheatley Builder Left High and Dry after $40-million Contract Awarded to Chilean Company

    Wheatkey lost a valued $40-million new ferry contract The president of a Wheatley ship building company is irate his company didn’t get a chance to bid on a $40-million new ferry to serve Pelee Island. “The whole blasted process absolutely stinks,” Andy Stanton of Hike Metal Products said Thursday,...