The World Bank has announced that it will provide a $480m guarantee to support the construction of large-scale renewable energy and solar projects across Argentina.
A Canadian company called PharmaCielo, with the government’s approval, is working to produce the drug legally in Colombia and is looking to hire.
Mexican agricultural producers need to emerge from their “comfort zone” and begin looking for alternatives to the US as an export market
Guyana, the tiny English-speaking South American country, is poised to become the next big oil producer in the Western Hemisphere
At least 48 towns or cities in eight Brazilian states have canceled Carnival festivities this year because they are suffering from the worst recession in the country’s recent history.
Many economists believe that if Latin America’s economies are to grow at 5% a year or more, they need to invest around 25% of GDP.
The soccer federations of the United States, Mexico and Canada have announced their long-awaited tripartite bid to host soccer’s World Cup in 2026, and soccer cognoscenti know why: Cash money dollar bills.
This year was full of ups and downs for the Latin American economy, if anything, it proved its intimate relation with the price of raw materials.
The fierce battle in the cryptocurrency arena: high risk is high reward
After regularly posting impressive numbers of 6 and 7% annual GDP growth a few years ago, Peru is now down to more modest figures. Is economic openness is now longer yielding results?
Amid economic uncertainty, LatAm found some security in the Bitcoin as its use rose 1,747% during 2015. Why is the region so eager to get into cryptocurrencies?
Understand what the metal truly means to society
he difference between the cost of a new car in Argentina and the same one anywhere else in the region is abysmal, here’s why.
From lack of infrastructure to under-equipped low-cost carriers, airlines in LatAm are not profiting from a growing number of passengers worldwide and cheap fuel.
The tobacco giant has to pay $7m to the small South American nation in a dispute over cigarette adverts. But the case could still set a worrying precedent
Better detached rather that engaged and reactive before ideological
Trump says he would slap a 35% tariff on Mexican goods and maybe scrap the North American Free-Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
South America’s biggest economies want to work more closely together. That will not be easy
Since Chile doesn’t have congressional mid-term elections, local elections—held almost three years after the presidential contest—serve to measure the popularity of the ruling coalition.
Sun, sand and socialism: The revolutionary economy is neither efficient nor fun
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