Growth returns to Latin America & Caribbean

The World Bank says that countries in the Caribbean and Latin America are now pursuing countercyclical fiscal policies, in that they are spending more in bad times and saving in good times.

Capital keeps flowing into Latin America

Latin America – and South America, in particular – has been in crisis for years. Yet foreign capital, both direct and financial investment, has continued to flow into the region.

Chile, China take new steps for free trade

Chile and China have taken new steps to strengthen the Free-Trade Agreement (FTA) that both nations have carried out for 10 years, in a strategy that might be consolidated at a high-level meeting in May.

Latin America oil and gas

Energy as a case study of the Latin American challenge: the search for efficiency and improved competitiveness

Chile Joins Lithium Manufacturers Club

Chile has called for bidders to manufacture lithium-linked products in the country as the South American nation plans to expand its mining and industry sectors.

The New Currency Champ Lives South of the Border

Can you guess which world currency has gained the most since Donald J. Trump’s inauguration as president? Here’s a clue. It has something to do with a “big, beautiful wall” on America’s southern border.

China state firms eye land around Panama Canal

The Panama Canal Authority will officially open a tender to develop about 1,200 hectares of land - roughly the size of 1,200 football fields - around the waterway by the end of this year into a logistics park