One lesson from Latin America is that governments can ease inequality through social programmes. Latin America wants to rejoin the world. Will the world reciprocate?
The end of conflict could mean the United States will back away from Colombia in terms of investment and assistance, China might try to fill the power gap.
Representatives from Argentina’s mining sector conducted on Monday the first seminar for investment projects for Chinese businessmen, with an eye on attracting capital from the world’s second largest economy.
Argentina's government opened the 1st Business and Investment Forum in an effort to attract investment from around the world, drawing more than 1,500 foreign investors and corporate executives.
After half a decade in the wilderness emerging markets are bouncing back – and experts expect Latin America to lead the charge.
The government took the decision to invest $400 million in the tourist industry in the hopes that they will become a top destination.
The country can't rest on its laurels, says Development Bank of Latin America representative
Manufacturers are investing again: imports of capital goods were 18% higher in dollar terms in June than in the same month last year
Cuba is open for business, but it’s complicated. It is run by the Cubans, for what the Cubans want
Even with Venezuela’s economic meltdown and Brazil’s underwhelming performance, the Chinese want to keep up investment in the region.
Foreign investors in Latin America are warming to Brazil as a promising turnaround bet while souring on Mexico and its landmark energy reform that has yet to deliver.
With their eyes set on an eventual recovery, Venezuela’s currently worthless bonds could be turned around for big profit even if they were to default on debt.
The investment banking firm is involved with at least one $260 million bond relating to the country’s infrastructural renewal.
Alfonso Prat Gay, Argentina’s Minister for the Economy reassured potential investors in Spain that their controversial new policies are supposed to reinvigorate the economy as they did there.
December 2015 showed the highest direct foreign investment since the all-time record in December 2010, as speculators look for the low point of a cycle.
With her job on the line, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is spending January developing an economic plan which she hopes will restore faith in her leadership and weaken looming impeachment proceedings against her.