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Archaeologists find 800-year old mummy in Peru
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LIMA, Nov 26 (Reuters) - A team of experts has found a mummy estimated to be at least 800 years old on Peru's central coast, one of the archaeologists who participated in the excavation said on Friday. The mummified remains were of a person from the culture that developed between the coast and mountains of the South American country. The mummy, whose gender was not identified, was discovered in the Lima region, said archaeologist Pieter Van Dalen Luna. The mummy was found inside an underground structure found on the outskirts of the city of Lima. Register now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com RegisterReporting by Marco Aquino; Editing by Cynthia OstermanOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Pieter Van Dalen Luna, Van Dalen Luna, Marco Aquino, Cynthia Osterman Organizations: State University of San, Thomson Locations: LIMA, Lima, State University of San Marcos, Peru, South America, Ecuador, Colombia, Chile
Register now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com RegisterSouth African scientists detected a small number of the variant - called B.1.1.529 - on Tuesday, in samples from Nov. 14-16. On Wednesday South African scientists sequenced more genomes, informed the government that they were concerned and asked the World Health Organization to convene its technical working group on virus evolution for Friday. South African scientists say early signs from diagnostic laboratories suggest it has spread rapidly in Gauteng and may already be present in the country's other eight provinces. The variant is relatively easy to distinguish in PCR tests from Delta, the dominant COVID-19 variant and the most infectious so far. The work will take a few weeks, the World Health Organization's technical lead on COVID-19, Maria van Kerkhove, said on Thursday.
Persons: Hisham, Susan Hopkins, Maria van Kerkhove, Africa's NICD, Alistair Smout, Alexander Winning, Tim Cocks, Olivia Kumwenda, Stephanie Nebehay, Ari Rabinovitch, Josephine Mason, John Stonestreet Organizations: REUTERS, Global, EU, Register, Wednesday, World Health Organization, Africa's National Institute, Health Security Agency, BBC, Health, UN, WHO, Beta, Gamma, Lambda, Thomson Locations: Johannesburg, South Africa, Hisham JOHANNESBURG, LONDON, Britain, India, Gauteng, Botswana, Hong Kong, Israel, Malawi, Delta, Peru, Colombia, London, Mtambo, Geneva, Jerusalem
It tells the story of the Madrigals, a multigenerational family who live in the mountains of Colombia. “It’s those extended family relationships that I think are really, really important, particularly in Latino culture, where you might not be able to talk to your mom ... but you could talk to your tía,” or aunt. Disney"That was the most matriarchal family," he said about his dad's family in Puerto Rico. “Every time we leaned into the specificities of Colombian music, that always unlocks story, it always unlocks character for us. My grandmother and my mother are everything to me.”Reflecting on the significance of "Encanto," Guerrero said there are many Latino stories.
Persons: DC’s, Disney, , Madrigal, doesn't, Hamilton, Lin, Manuel Miranda —, Stephanie Beatriz, Mirabel, Alma, you’re, , Beatriz, “ Madrigal ”, ” Beatriz, Miranda, “ There’s, ” Miranda, Celia Cruz, Joe Arroyo, Carlos Vives, Juan Luis Guerra —, Diane Guerrero, Mirabel’s, ” Guerrero, , Guerrero Organizations: Latina, Colombian, Bolivian, Disney, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Mirabel, Colombia, Puerto Rico, La Mancha, , Colombian American, Isabela, America
In this article 9868-HKBEIJING — Chinese electric car start-up Xpeng plans to become a global automaker, with half of vehicle deliveries going to countries outside China, vice president and chairman Brian Gu said Wednesday. Xpeng began shipping cars to Norway in December 2020. Other Chinese automakers have focused their initial overseas expansion on the country, where government incentives have supported local demand for electric cars. U.S.-listed Chinese start-up Nio opened a flagship store in Oslo and began local car deliveries in September. BYD, backed by U.S. billionaire Warren Buffett, began shipping electric cars to Norway this summer, and aims to deliver 1,500 cars there by the end of the year.
Persons: Brian Gu, Gu, CNBC's Arjun Kharpal, Tesla, Elon, Xpeng, Nio, BYD, Warren Buffett Organizations: HK BEIJING, China, Elon Musk's Locations: China, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, Oslo, U.S, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Bahamas
DisneyWalt Disney Animation Studios has been delivering charming animated feature films to the masses since 1937. Its 60th feature, "Encanto," is one of the best, critics say. "Disney's 60th animated feature is among their best," said Scott Mendelson in his review of the film for Forbes. "So it's a bold move that for its 60th feature, 'Encanto,' the studio turns so many of those classic tropes on their head." Ravi-Cabot Conyers voices Antonio Madrigal, who has the ability to speak with animals in Disney's "Encanto."
Persons: Abuela Alma, Scott Mendelson, Maya Phillips, Phillips, Madrigal, Lin, Manuel Miranda, Stephanie Beatriz, Mirabel Madrigal, Disney Caroline Siede, Caroline Siede, Elsa, Siede, Owen Gleiberman, Variety, Miranda, Gleiberman, Cabot Conyers, Antonio Madrigal, Disney Scott Mendelson Organizations: Disney Walt Disney Animation Studios, Rotten, Forbes, The New York Times, Disney, Walt Disney Animation Studios, AV, AV Club, Variety, Pixar Locations: Colombia, Mirabel, Colombian, Disney's
Women's groups that sued to decriminalize abortion in Colombia are pushing for a decision after a much-anticipated ruling from the country's top court was postponed last week. “The court owes it to women," Catalina Martínez Coral, the Latin America and Caribbean director of the Center for Reproductive Rights, told Noticias Telemundo. Abortion rights activists protest Thursday outside the Constitutional Court in Bogota, Colombia, as judges review a lawsuit that seeks to decriminalize abortion. The movement has been driven by the recent wave of reforms and demonstrations for women’s rights in various Latin American countries, such as Argentina and Mexico. In addition, women, adolescents and girls would be able to terminate pregnancies without barriers.
Persons: , Alejandro Linares, Linares, Coral, Casas, Cindy, , Fernando Vergara, Paula Ávila, women's, Laura Gil, Gil, Carolina Cuasapud, Cuasapud Organizations: Center for Reproductive Rights, Noticias Telemundo, Human Rights Watch, Girls, Equality Center, de, Medical Group, Life, Women, Roman Catholic Church, Catholic Church, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Colombia, America, Caribbean, , Colombian, Bogota, Argentina, Mexico, U.S
The Biden administration will remove a major Colombian rebel group from a list of foreign terrorist organizations, a measure that would demonstrate American support for a fragile peace agreement with the guerrillas in Colombia, said U.S. and congressional officials with knowledge of the upcoming announcement. The officials said the move could come as soon as Tuesday, coinciding with the five-year anniversary of the historic peace accord between then-President Juan Manuel Santos and rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known by its Spanish acronym FARC. Negotiated with support of the then-Obama administration, the agreement ended a 52-year-conflict with that group and resulted in Mr. Santos winning the Nobel Peace Prize.
Persons: Biden, Juan Manuel Santos, Obama, Santos Organizations: Revolutionary Armed Forces Locations: Colombian, Colombia, U.S, Spanish
The Biden administration will remove a former Colombian rebel group from a list of foreign terrorist organizations, a measure intended to demonstrate American support for a fragile peace agreement with the guerrillas in Colombia, said U.S. and congressional officials with knowledge of the coming announcement. The officials said the move could come this week, coinciding with the five-year anniversary of the historic peace accord between then-President Juan Manuel Santos and rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. Negotiated with U.S. support, the agreement ended a 52-year-conflict and resulted in Mr. Santos winning the Nobel Peace Prize.
Persons: Biden, Juan Manuel Santos, Santos Organizations: Revolutionary Armed Forces, U.S Locations: Colombian, Colombia, U.S
The inventory on Starbucks' app isn't always accurate, current and former baristas say. This means sometimes customers can order food or drinks that aren't in stock, they said. Glitches allow customers to order items that are out of stock, workers sayThe baristas attributed the inventory problems to three main glitches. He added that most mobile order customers were in a rush and wouldn't waste time arguing about their drink order. Starbucks baristas say that mobile ordering causes a range of complications beyond just the inventory problems.
Persons: Baristas, you've, baristas, they're, Nicholas Anderson, Alexis Rivera, Gary Ladewig, Kelly Preston, couldn't, British Colombia barista, Rivera, it's, hadn't, Jennifer Romero, Eric Fellner, wouldn't, Fellner, Anderson, Nat El, Romero, Hai Organizations: Starbucks, Starbucks baristas, Hai Locations: Atlanta, New Jersey, British Colombia, New York City, Waukegan , Illinois, Florida, North Carolina, Minneapolis, Tennessee, Indiana, Beverly Hills, El
SANTIAGO, Chile — Chile’s departing president narrowly dodged impeachment this month. A month earlier, the Army was deployed to the south to confront an increasingly violent uprising by Indigenous militants. This tumultuous period, which the coronavirus pandemic has further scrambled, set the stage for the first round of an unusually polarized presidential election on Sunday. The centrist coalitions that have traded power in recent decades are underdogs in a race led by more radical candidates who offer Chileans starkly opposed visions for the future. Chile’s election is among several in Latin America in which incumbents and ruling parties are on the defensive, partly because of the upheaval and economic pain the pandemic has inflicted.
Persons: Chile’s, , Jennifer Pribble Organizations: Army, Indigenous, University of Richmond Locations: SANTIAGO, Chile, America, Brazil, Colombia
After his earlier work "In the Heights" became a critically admired (if little seen) movie, Miranda has made his directing debut with "Tick, Tick ... That follows another animated movie, Netflix's "Vivo," which he produced in addition to writing the music. "Tick, Tick ... Happily, "Encanto" is plenty good enough for families seeking a sprinkle of that Disney animated magic, just as is "Tick, Tick ... "Tick, Tick ...
Persons: Lin, Manuel Miranda, Hamilton, Miranda, Jonathan Larson's, Steve Levenson, Evan Hansen, Larson, Andrew Garfield, Garfield, Alexandra Shipp, Robin de Jesus, Vanessa Hudgens, Bradley Whitford, Stephen Sondheim, Stephanie Beatriz, that's, Madrigal, Alma, María Cecilia Botero, Jared Bush, Byron Howard, Charise Castro Smith, Mirabel Organizations: CNN, Disney, Netflix Locations: Mirabel, Colombia
At the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, President Iván Duque of Colombia carried out a charm offensive to convince the world he is an environmental champion who would protect his nation’s vast forests. But back in Colombia, armed gangs are threatening and murdering community leaders and environmental activists who have been trying to protect Colombia’s forest from destruction by mining, lumber and oil companies. The criminal enterprise declared environmental defender and Amnesty International priority case Jani Silva to be persona non grata. Facing the threat of assassination for her work to protect the water sources and forest from oil exploration, she has been forced to continually move to escape these killers. Rainforest sheltering a spectacular biodiversity is being razed for cattle ranching and corporate farms, oil palm production, fossil fuel extraction, illegal gold mining and logging.
Persons: Iván Duque, Jani Silva Organizations: Global, Border Command, Nueva Amerisur, Amnesty, Colombian Amazon Locations: Glasgow, Colombia, Morbidly, Ecuador, Colombian
E-commerce startup Chiper has raised $53 million in a round led by Tiger Global and Nosara. The Colombian company helps corner stores in Latin America digitize their offerings. Chiper works with around 40,000 stores across Columbia and Mexico and will use the funds to expand. Chiper, a startup that helps digitize convenience stores in Latin America, has raised $53 million in a round led by US investing giant Tiger Global and British VC firm Nosara Capital. Chiper raised $25 million in funding before this round from family and friends plus a $13 million Series A round from WIND Ventures, Monashees, and Kaszek Ventures.
Persons: Jose Barilla, Chiper Organizations: Tiger Global, British VC, Nosara Capital, Ventures, Monashees, Kaszek Ventures Locations: Colombian, America, Columbia, Mexico, Latin America, South America, Colombia, Brazil
The Latin Grammys exult in spectacle. This year, Bad Bunny will return as part of a lineup stocked with big names, including Myke Towers and Christina Aguilera. The 22nd annual Latin Grammys will be shown live on Thursday at 8 p.m. Eastern on Univision and available on the Univision app, although subscription fees may apply. It will be held at the Michelob Ultra Arena at Mandalay Bay, and webcast globally via the Latin Grammys’ Facebook Live and YouTube channel. For the second time, all Portuguese language categories will be awarded separately in a premiere ceremony for Brazilian audiences that follows the 4 p.m. event.
Persons: Karol G, J Balvin, Christina Aguilera, Ana Brenda Contreras, Roselyn Sánchez, Carlos Rivera, Gloria Estefan, Carlinhos Brown, Laércio da Costa, Pedro Capó, Farina Giulia Be, Diego Torres, Rubén, Roberto Delgado, Pablo Alborán, Alejandro Fernández, Ozuna, Paula Arenas, Danna Paola, Banda, Cruz Lizárraga, Camilo, Julio Reyes Copello, DJ Nelson, Sergio George, Grupo, Jay Wheeler, Juanes, Rubén Albarrán, Tacvba, Juan Gabriel’s, Dinero, Antonio Carmona, Diego del Morao, Jorge Drexler, Israel Fernández, Húngara, Natalia Lafourcade, Omar Apollo, Descemer Bueno, , Laferte, Gloria Trevi, de René Camacho, , Nicki Nicole, Nathy Peluso, Becky G, Rauw Alejandro, Marc Anthony, Andrés Calamaro, Julio Iglesias, “ Vida, Diamante Eléctrico, Ricardo Montaner, Mau, Ricky, Evaluna Montaner, Juan Luis Guerra, Tangana, Caetano Veloso, Tom Veloso, , Kany García, Carolina Dieckmann, Nora González, Zoe Gotusso, Luedji Luna, Pisadinha, Nando Reis, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Jon Secada, Lupita Infante Organizations: Myke, MGM, Garden, Univision, TNT, Rubén Blades, Orquesta, Dos Carnales, Grupo Firme, La, YouTube Locations: Las Vegas, Mexico, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, Banda El, Dos, , Mandalay Bay, Gera
MSCI's broader EM index struggled for direction as the dollar continued to strengthen after solid retail sales data from the United States spurred bets of a sooner-than-expected interest rate hike there. A 2% fall in Chile's peso led losses among Latin American currencies, dropping for the second straight session after prices for its No.1 export, copper, fell. Chileans are now gearing up to vote in presidential elections on Sunday, in which Pinera is not a candidate. Erdogan has had influence over monetary policy in the past, with his frequent calls for stimulus and his rapid overhaul of the central bank's leadership. Latin American currencies were trading in a narrow range after sharp declines in the previous session, with MSCI's index for Latam FX edging 0.2% lower.
Persons: Erdogan, Shreyashi Sanyal, Tayyip Erdogan's, Sebastian Pinera, Pinera, Chris Turner, Cristian Maggio, Susan Mathew, Alistair Bell, Kirsten Donovan Organizations: Chile's, UK, CEE, ING, Turkey's, TD Securities, FX, Mexico IPC, Chile Locations: Brazil, Chilean, United States, Chile's, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Bengaluru
NEW YORK, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Global debt dipped in the third quarter though it remained near the record high set in June, while debt in emerging markets hit a fresh record high of $92.5 trillion, a report showed on Wednesday. Total emerging market debt edged up to $92.6 trillion, with China taking the dragon’s share. Debt to GDP in China has risen 25 percentage points since the end of 2019 to 330%, accounting for more than 80% of emerging market debt buildup over the period. Emerging market government debt remained at about 63% of GDP, a record level. In emerging markets excluding China, total debt hit a record high of $36.4 trillion, largely driven by increasing government debt, but external debt is on track to drop below 43% of GDP in 2021 from an all-time high of near 46% in 2020.
Persons: , Rodrigo Campos, Peter Graff Organizations: Institute of International Finance Locations: China, Indonesia, Russia, Peru, Korea, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Colombia, Japan
Certification is supposed to confirm projects would not otherwise exist without the sale of carbon credits, giving assurance they are genuinely creating offsets. The farm’s developers said in the documents, filed to the UNFCCC, that carbon credits were vital to secure financing. “The whole point of selling carbon credits is to have some way of measuring extra (emissions) reductions which would not have happened without the sale of the credits,” he said. The wind project accounts for about 16% of Uber Planet’s carbon credit purchases in Mexico, according to data on Uber’s local website. Anaconda President Christian Giles told Reuters the wind farm was properly validated and revenue from carbon credits was vital to it.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Uber’s, Uber, Gilles Dufrasne, Dufrasne, , Danny Cullenward, , Spain’s Acciona, Christian Giles, China’s Didi Global, David Mínguez, EVs, Gerardo Gomez Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Uber Technologies, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, U.S ., Reuters, Planet, United Nations, Watch, UNFCCC, Anaconda, Mexico City, J.D Locations: MEXICO, Latin America, New York, U.S, Mexico, Oaxaca, America, Colombia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Honduras, Anaconda, Power
One of America's oldest college newspapers has elected its first Latinx president. Raquel Coronell Uribe will lead The Harvard Crimson, becoming the first Latinx student to do so in the esteemed student publication's 148-year history, the organization announced Sunday. Coronell, a junior studying history and literature, will take the helm in January. As president, Coronell told NPR that she wants to build on previous leaders' legacies and expand its digital technologies. "I do question why it took 148 years to elect a Latinx president," she said to the Post.
Persons: Raquel Coronell Uribe, Coronell, I'm, I've, Daniel Coronell, Harvard Coronell, John F, Kennedy, Franklin D, Roosevelt, Steve Ballmer, Jeff Zucker, Kristine E, Guillaume, , Michelle Wu, Ava DuVernay, Oprah Organizations: Harvard Crimson, The, Crimson, NPR, Washington Post, Harvard, Post, Microsoft, CNN Locations: Colombian, California, Colombia, United States
The lira tumbled 2.3% to a new record low against the dollar, ahead of an expected Turkish interest rate cut that many analysts say is unnecessary, while South Africa's rand, Mexico's peso, Chile's peso and Russia's rouble also fell. "The lira ... is already on a downward trend and suffering the dynamics where higher inflation is causing the lira to weaken and the weakening lira is causing inflation to rise," said Ulrich Leuchtmann, head of FX research at Commerzbank in Frankfurt. Chile's currency fell 1.5%, leading declines among Latin American units. The IBC-Br economic activity index, a leading indicator of gross domestic product, fell by 0.27% in September from the previous month. Chile's benchmark index slumped 1.8%, extending losses to a third straight session.
Persons: Shreyashi Sanyal, rouble, Ulrich Leuchtmann, Jose Antonio Kast, Gabriel Boric, Brazil's, Susan Mathew, Karin Strohecker, Nick Macfie, Grant McCool Organizations: IBC, Mexico IPC, Argentina Locations: Commerzbank, Frankfurt, United States, China, Chile, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Bengaluru
Top copper exporter Chile's currency fell 1.3% to lead losses among regional peers. Eyes are also on weekend presidential elections in the country with far-right front-runner Jose Antonio Kast making a rapid surge in opinion polls. The most likely outcome is a split vote with main rival Gabriel Boric, leading to run-off in December. Most other emerging market currencies intensified losses as the dollar renewed 16-month highs bolstered by better-than-expected U.S. retail sales data strengthening the case for faster monetary policy tightening. The IBC-Br economic activity index, a leading indicator of gross domestic product, fell by 0.27% in September from the previous month.
Persons: Susan Mathew, Jose Antonio Kast, Gabriel Boric, Alberto Rojas, Nick Macfie Organizations: Credit Suisse, West, IBC, Mexico IPC Locations: Ukraine, Belarus, United States, China, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Bengaluru
The heavily controlled peso fell about 0.1% to 100.31 per dollar while a move in the informal peso exchange rate was awaited. Citi strategists said they remain overweight on Argentina credit on potential political change and valuations. "We think that bonds have found a bottom in price and risk reward look attractive." Several markets in Latin America, including Brazil and Mexico were closed for local holidays on Monday. Chile's peso steadied by afternoon trading after falling around 0.3% earlier in the session.
Persons: Susan Mathew, Peronists, Argentina's, Alberto Ramos, Goldman Sachs, Jose Antonio Kast, Gabriel Boric, Shreyashi Sanyal, Andrea Ricci Organizations: Peronist, Citi, Mexico IPC, Argentina Locations: Argentina, Brazil, Argentine, Buenos Aires, Latin America, Mexico, Chilean, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Bengaluru
QUITO, Ecuador — A prolonged gunbattle between rival gangs inside Ecuador’s largest prison killed at least 68 inmates and wounded 25 on Saturday, while authorities said clashes were still uncontrolled hours later at the Litoral Penitentiary, which recently saw the country’s worst prison bloodbath. The killing erupted before dawn at the prison in the coastal city of Guayaquil in what officials said was the latest outbreak of fighting among prison gangs linked to international drug cartels. The bloodshed came less than two months after fighting among gangs killed 119 people at the prison, which houses more than 8,000 inmates. The bloody fighting inside Litoral prison that killed 119 inmates in late September was described by authorities as the South American country’s worst ever prison massacre. Arosemena said authorities in Ecuador will deal with the prison overcrowding by granting pardons, relocating inmates and transferring some foreign inmates back to their homelands.
Persons: , , Pablo Arosemena, ” Arosemena, Carlos Jijón, Tanya Varela, Guillermo Lasso, Lasso, Ecuador’s, Francisca Chancay, , Maritza Vera, Arosemena, Vera, ” Vera Organizations: Police, Authorities, American Locations: QUITO, Ecuador, Litoral, Guayaquil, Guayas, penitentiaries, Colombia, United States, Israel, Spain
The U.S. is at the forefront of the race to vaccinate young children. Many governments elsewhere are treading more cautiously. In Mexico, the president says he won’t be held hostage by vaccine makers and there are no plans to inoculate under-18s except those at risk. In many parts of Africa, rollouts are going so slowly that vaccinating children is a distant ambition. Some governments are waiting to see how the campaign in the U.S. goes before moving ahead.
Locations: Mexico, Africa, U.S
The Harvard Crimson, the nation's oldest college newspaper, is getting ready to welcome its first Hispanic president in its nearly 150-year history. Raquel Coronell Uribe, a student majoring in history and literature, will assume the leadership role starting in January. So, I had to give myself a chance to try and and run for the presidency,” Coronell Uribe told NBC News on Friday. "They've been so helpful to me during the election process," Coronell Uribe said. A Colombian American from Miami, Coronell Uribe started at Harvard in 2018 as a pre-medical student.
Persons: Raquel Coronell Uribe, , ” Coronell Uribe, “ I’m, Crimson, Amanda Y, Su, Uribe, They've, Coronell Uribe, Daniel Coronell, María Cristina Uribe, Coronell, Franklin D, Roosevelt, John F, Kennedy, David Halberstam, Michael Crichton, she's, “ It’s, It’s, Organizations: Harvard Crimson, NBC, Univision News, Harvard University, Asian American Journalists Association, Harvard, NBC News, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Colombia, Colombian, Miami, WLRN, Florida
The real slumped 1% after the comments from the minister, Paulo Guedes. Brazil's policy rate has been hiked by a total of 575 basis points this year to combat inflation, with more hikes slated. Still, a jump in iron ore prices put the real on track for weekly gains of more than 1%. Mexico's peso gained around 0.5% after its central bank hiked rates by 25 basis points on Thursday, as expected. Peru's sol fell 0.1% after its central bank hiked rates by 50 bps to 2% after market hours on Thursday.
Persons: Shashank Nayar, Ambar Warrick, Paulo Guedes, Jair Bolsonaro, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, Susan Mathew, Alexander Smith, Grant McCool Organizations: Minister, Natura, Embraer SA, KC, Investment Management, U.S, Colombian, Mexico IPC Locations: Brazil, New York, U.S, Peru, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Bengaluru
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