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Argentina, Chile, Uruguay: Pulp Plant Spat

Taylor Kirk of The Latin Americanist and Alfredo Sanchez of Olganza both post about a diplomatic squabble between Uruguay and Argentina over a pulp plant on the Uruguayan border which would have environmental consequences for both countries. Chile is now involved as well, according to Reuters, after Greenpeace activists prevented a boat from leaving a Chilean port with the raw materials to build the plant.

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