The regional power production market proyected a healthy growth for years to come
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Softbank’s billionaire CEO Masayoshi Son declared his company’s interest in acquiring Uber, and expressed his interest in rising an offer for its main rival, Lyft
There’s a lot of buzz surrounding cryptocurrencies. While some see it as the perfect investment, others fear the possibility of a currency bubble.
"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
In an interview with Laurel Ostfield, Head of Communication and Development of the AIIB, we reviewed the plans of the bank.
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.
The recent signing of Peru and Venezuela to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is just another action that shows why China could lead the economic integration in the years to come
In addition to US$4 billion secured in new bonds, company received US$5 billion financing from China Development Bank and finalized sale of Chilean subsidiary.
In his current two-week visit to Europe, Uruguayan President Tabare Vasquez will look to persuade investors into his $12 billion roads and railways plan.
For $2.5 million, a foreign investor can help create an international equestrian club in the Province of Havana or plunk down $10 million to create a network of eco-lodges across the island with a Cuban partner.
The recent approval to end Petrobras participation requirements is seen as opening opportunities for new players to enter the Brazilian petroleum market.
Despite a global trend to slow down fossil fuel investment, private companies in Peru are enthused to enter the market with big capital. Natural gas represents the biggest shares.
With high-profile startups around the region and political stability on the rise, perhaps LatAm has nothing left to prove to investors.
Russia’s government announced it could invest hundreds of millions of dollars annually in Bolivia in natural gas and lithium-related projects