Volume 5, Issue 08

From the week of November 22, 2020

Housing market slows, rents fall and construction of new homes collapses

With the strain of COVID rippling thru the country’s business sector, one of the hardest hit areas is the real estate market. In a country that only 6 years ago often had inventory shortages, the impact of the pandemic is leaving behind a housing slump. In addition to the new houses that were either recently completed, or near completion before...
UPDATES 11-24-2020

UPDATES 11-24-2020

Update to: Ecuador has no immediate plans to open borders with Peru and Colombia Published: Volume 5, Issue 4 Ecuador will maintain border closures with Peru and Colombia for the remainder of 2020 Juan Carlos Zevallos, Ecuador’s Minister of Health, announced last...

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I hope you all can be thankful this year

I hope you all can be thankful this year

“I’m thankful.” It’s the time of year for us to all look back on how things have gone, and are going for us, and hopefully feel that way. This year that will be difficult for so many people. Not just here, or in the US, but throughout the world. So many people have...

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CUENCA SHORT STORIES

Electricity and water cutoffs start in 2021 for unpaid bills In Cuenca, service shutoffs of electricity and drinking water for debtor subscribers will begin in 2021. Over the next five weeks, subscribers who have not caught up on their bills will be contacted to offer...

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