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Ingles Over 20 thousand tickets already sold for Chile-Bolivia game

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20/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- 21,734 tickets have already been sold for the second-to-final home match of the Chilean National Soccer Team in the qualifying phase for the South Africa 2010 World Cup. On Wednesday, June 10 at 9:00 PM in the National Stadium, Chile goes up against Bolivia in what could potentially be a huge step for the National Team in their race to make it to South Africa. The tickets are on sale at Paris department stores in Iquique, La Serena, Viña del Mar, Valparaíso, Rancagua, Curicó, Talca, Concepción and Santiago; and are also available at the Feria del Disco in Antofagasta, La Serena, Viña del Mar, Rancagua, Talca, Chillán, Concepción, Temuco, Osorno and Puerto Montt. Ticket prices run from $9,800 pesos in the general stands to $143,800 in the "high pacific" seats. An additional 20% discount is offered if one purchases with the "Mas" card ($7.800 general). Chile goes up...

Ingles Peruvian Chancellor: "The litigation process will only involve Peru and Chile, not Ecuador"

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20/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

LIMA.- Quito has come out strongly in support of Chile's cause in the midst of the international lawsuit in which Peru has laid claim to maritime territory. This news was met with a firm refutation from Lima, where Minister of Foreign Affairs José Antonio García Belaúnde reiterated that the lawsuit filed by Peru at The Hague does not involve Ecuador. "The litigation process at The Hague is only between Peru and Chile, and does not involve Ecuador or any other country", affirmed the official in response to comments made by his Ecuadorian counterpart, Fander Falconí. Falconí had stated that the 1954 and 1952 agreements are "boundary treaties" not "fishing agreements" and that his country was willing to testify in favor of Chile. In declarations made to Agencia Andina, García Belaúnde claimed that the statements made by his Ecuadorian counterpart "are nothing new", since on...

Ingles Davis Cup: Chile could face powerhouse countries like Switzerland, Serbia or France

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11/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

LONDON.- Chile could face rivals like Switzerland, Serbia or France as a result of the drawing for the classification phase of the Davis Cup World Group tomorrow after not being included by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) today amongst those heading the series. Austria, Belgium, Brazil, France, India, Serbia, Sweden and Switzerland are scheduled to form part of the group of nations to be included in the London drawing to see which of the eight classified countries they will go up against: Chile, Ecuador, Italy, Holland, Romania, South Africa, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. The most difficult rivals among the favorites are Switzerland (home of Roger Federer), Serbia (home of Novak Djokovic) and France (home of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Gilles Simon and Gael Monfils). Chile -with Fernando González at ATP No.12 wordwide and Paul Capdeville at ATP No.80- has been left out of the seeds...

Ingles "Papelucho" to be released in theaters in Mexico, U.S.A. and Canada

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08/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

LOS ANGELES.- The popular cartoon character "Papelucho", created by writer Marcela Paz and taken to the big screen by Director Alejandro Rojas, will be seen in North American theatres now that Mexican distributor Gussi has acquired the rights to the film. According to Variety, the animated film, which attracted close to 200 thousand audience members in Chile, was acquired through FilmSharks International – a Latin American company in charge of selling the film's rights abroad. The feature-length film also has been signed to make its way to Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and the Middle East, thanks to operations with film distributors Impacto Cine, EuroCine, Escalon Films and Media International Pictures. FilmSharks also managed to sell the film's rights of "Desierto Sur", by Shawn Garry, to the FiGa Films distributor, which plans to show the movie at a maximum of...

Ingles Chile Sub-17 team already has roster for South American Cup

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07/04/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- The Chilean Sub-17 soccer team already has a roster of players set to take the field at the upcoming South American tournament for the category, scheduled to take place in Iquique. The team's coach, César Vaccia, has released the list of 20 players that will participate in the championship. Vaccia met yesterday with coaches of the major sub-17 soccer clubs to impart information about participating on the team, as well as the names of those who have been summoned for the event. The event was attended by a majority of Santiago team coaches, as well as provincial affiliate trainers. Chile will debut in the Sub-17 South American Cup on April 18th against Uruguay. The team will then face Argentina on the 21st, Ecuador on the 27th and Venezuela on the 30th of April. The winner of the group will directly classify to the World Cup in Nigeria, while the second and third place teams...

Ingles Chile's Economic Climate Index worsens

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18/02/09 - EMOL (Chile)

RIO DE JANEIRO.- Chile maintained at sixth place in the regional Economic Climate Index (ICE) of Latin America for the month of January. Despite its rise in the ranking, the actual index declined from 4.7 points in October to 4.3 points in January, taking into consideration the average of the past four trimesters. According to the trimester study conducted by the Brazilian Foundation Getulio Vargas and by the IFO institute of the University of Munich, the Economic Climate Index (ICE) for Latin America was at 2.9 points in January; it's lowest since January of 1990. According to the ICE average for the past four trimesters, the country in the best position continues to be Uruguay, with an indicator of 7.4 points through October, which dropped to 6.6 in January. In the next four spots are Peru (6.3 points), Brazil (5.2 points), Paraguay (4.8 points) and Colombia (4.3 points). In sixth...

Ingles Under heavy rains, Ecuador prepares to face Chilean national team

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01/10/08 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- Ecuador's national soccer team began training yesterday for their upcoming South Africa World Cup 2010 qualifying matches against Chile and Venezuela. Amidst intense rainfall and frigid temperatures, the team began their first day of practice at the Parcayacu Athletic Complex. The coach of the "Sixto Vizuete" was forced to change his plans due to the poor attendance of scheduled players: only 10 of the 23 that had been initially summoned arrived. In light of the situation, and knowing that the players belonging to the Universitaria Athletic League would not be able to play today due to the South American Cup return match, Vizuete increased his starting team to seven players to create a sparring team that played against a team of the official national players, which did not include those who currently play abroad. Meanwhile, speculations were made as to the...

Ingles Bielsa to make only slight changes to roster for matches against Ecuador and Argentina

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30/09/08 - EMOL (Chile)

To see international photos, click here SANTIAGO.- Marcelo Bielsa has returned Chile after taking a short vacation to visit his family in Rosario, Argentina. Once in Santiago, the coach of Chile's national soccer team will begin to prepare, in his head and on the whiteboard, for his squadron's upcoming confrontations with Ecuador and Argentina. Bielsa, along with the National Professional Football Association (ANFP) have already sent faxes to the corresponding players abroad in order to confirm their attendance at the matches. According to the faxed memos, the list of players coming from abroad will be no different than those who participated in recent matches against Brazil and Colombia. The only change for the new list of players could be the number of individuals selected to play in Chile. Bielsa may call for back-ups since penalties could be brought against some of the players...

Esta escuela tiene procesos de aprendizaje de alta calidad

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20/03/08 - El Mercurio (Chile)

ANDRÉS PÉREZ COTAPOS Al cumplir 191 años de vida la Escuela Militar del Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins sigue con su moderno proceso educativo con el cual los futuros oficiales de nuestro ejército adquieren las competencias para ejercer el mando en las unidades a lo largo del territorio nacional, y en el extranjero en misiones de paz. "Con mucho orgullo podemos afirmar que hemos sido fieles al legado del Libertador Bernardo O´Higgins, al desarrollar una escuela de comandantes- líderes, que hoy están siendo protagonistas de las grandes innovaciones que el Ejército lleva adelante. Esta tiene procesos de aprendizaje de alta calidad, tal como lo certifica nuestra acreditación institucional y la del programa de Licenciatura en Ciencias Militares por cinco años, otorgada por la Comisión Nacional de Acreditación", explica el coronel Humberto Oviedo, director de la...

Ingles Ecuador and Chile share common opinion concerning disputed border with Peru

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28/02/08 - EMOL (Chile)

To see international photos, click here SANTIAGO.- Presidential Secretary General José Antonio Viera Gallo recently returned from a visit to Ecuador which was aimed at addressing issues of State modernization and anticorruption. Upon his arrival, Viera Gallo brought attention to the common position shared by Ecuadorian and Chilean governments regarding the validity of border treaties reached in 1952 and 1954, which are currently being disputed by Peru at the Hague International Court. Viera Gallo read a statement this morning from the Ecuadorian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stating, “the Chilean government’s claim over the 1954 special territory concerns valid international treaties that legally define the bi-national maritime border (preferring this term to the border between Ecuador and Peru)”. “I don’t believe we can think of this as support (from Ecuador). I believe...
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