At first, the visit of Juan Manuel Santos to the White House turned out easier than expected. However, Trump’s proposed budget dragged spirits down.
Lenín Moreno's presidency has officially begun. His economic and political intentions will determine the country's stability.
After a deep recession and low crude prices hit output and prompted Caracas to seek funds from China and Russia.
Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said that cancelling the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement would be a “lost opportunity” for the US, Canada and Mexico
The trips of Canadian and EU representatives to Latin American countries have resulted in interesting plans for Mercosur.
Australia plans to start negotiating a free trade deal with Peru as part of a new Australian push to open Latin American markets for beef
There are two other major oil producers in the Americas whose production is set to increase this year, and over the next five years: Canada and Brazil.
Pacific Alliance countries are in talks with countries including Australia and New Zealand to expand the trade bloc outside of Latin America.
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer sent a letter to congressional leaders, starting 90 days of consultations
How are the conditions in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador affecting the economy of the region?
Colombia's coffee output in April, the first month of the mitaca harvest, tumbled 20% year on year to 834,000 bags
What started as one of the biggest economic projects in the region ended as a mysterious flop.
The recent gas discovery of Ecopetrol, Colombia’s state oil company, is expected to have important effect on the country’s economy.
"If you are seeking returns, go LatAm," Javier Montero, a fund manager with Moneda Asset Management SA
President Michel Temer announced a series of measures Wednesday to encourage domestic and foreign investment in Brazil’s ports
Uruguay is on the verge of implementing legal cultivation, sale and consumption of marijuana. What will be the economic implications of these policies?
In an interview with Laurel Ostfield, Head of Communication and Development of the AIIB, we reviewed the plans of the bank.
How can it be that the country with the world's largest proved oil reserves can't afford to feed its people? The current crisis can be traced to the historical management of the country's oil industry.
As the first anniversary for the expanded Panama Canal looms, expectations about box ship throughput have been surpassed, although there are some hurdles to be faced
The boom that Bolivia enjoyed during the last 10 years has given way to a downturn and the country must now adjust its economy to the lean times that are just starting
Despite one of the worst winters in Peruvian history, the energy sector remains optimistic.
In doing so, the island’s authorities resorted to the so-called Title III provision of the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management and Economic Stability Act