Latin America is open for business and represents a compelling investment opportunity, buoyed by regional integration, a rising consumer class, and a continued focus on trade and industrialization.
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.
Energy as a case study of the Latin American challenge: the search for efficiency and improved competitiveness
During the past years Central and South America have seen some of the biggest growth in the industry when it comes to new festivals and famous ones that are looking to expand.
Central Americans have good reason to flee to the U.S. in ever greater numbers. Record-setting homicide rates and lac...
Latin American presidents are inventing new ways to exercise leadership – namely, via social media. By 2014, the region had the world’s highest use of social media use by politicians.
The Latin America and Caribbean region continued to close its tax gap with others in 2015, rebuffing the impact of the collapse in commodity prices on revenues
Company brings fact-check tag to Latin America as part of its ongoing effort to combat fake news
Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez and Brazil’s Luiz Inacio da Silva dreamed of a new world order. Their successors watched it fall to pieces. In the end, despite their divergent strategies, both Venezuela and Brazil have wound up in the same humbled place, their earlier international dreams in tatters.