Uruguay’s vice president quit on Saturday, hours before a planned meeting of party leaders to discuss possible misuse of his state-run oil company’s credit card. Raul Sendic told the ruling Broad Front Party and President Tabare Vazquez that he was stepping down, Sendic said on his verified Twitter account. He said his resignation was final. El Pais, the largest newspaper in the South American country, first reported the news.
The chief financial officer of Venezuela’s state oil company, sanctioned by U.S. authorities last week, is the chairman of two leading companies in Uruguay, a sign of the Venezuelan government’s reach across the continent. Simon Zerpa, 33, is chairman of pension fund Integracion AFAP SA and bank Banco Bandes Uruguay SA, according to filings on the central bank of Uruguay’s website and confirmed by the regulator’s press office in an email.
Asian investors will probably buy more Uruguayan meatpackers, adding to a series of deals seen in recent years, as the country’s beef industry offers export-growth potential, according to one processor. Eduardo Urgal, a director at meatpacker Ontilcor SA, said several Asian companies have expressed an interest in acquiring the company in the past six months, although those approaches didn’t lead to takeover talks.
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Selecting a term
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