With the declaration of Venezuela’s default, investors begin to look at other countries that are also at risk
After improving the tourist passes, the government will undertake the necessary investments to improve the logistical trade flow of cargo transport in those border passes,
The country can't rest on its laurels, says Development Bank of Latin America representative
Under Carlos Slim’s guidance, the IBEX 35 construction firm has earned its first major contract in the region.
China has been Peru’s largest trading partner since 2014, buying $7.4 billion of goods in 2015 or 19.6% of Peru’s total exports, led by copper.
The recent approval to end Petrobras participation requirements is seen as opening opportunities for new players to enter the Brazilian petroleum market.
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.
"If you are seeking returns, go LatAm," Javier Montero, a fund manager with Moneda Asset Management SA
After half a decade in the wilderness emerging markets are bouncing back – and experts expect Latin America to lead the charge.
For Venezuela a default is becoming hard to avoi. On February 26th Venezuela is due to pay $2.3 billion, mainly to hedge funds and investors that specialise in emerging-market debt. There is little doubt that it will make the payment.
There’s a lot of buzz surrounding cryptocurrencies. While some see it as the perfect investment, others fear the possibility of a currency bubble.
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.
December is a month of planning in order to avoid an economic hangover
LatAm’s resources are becoming a pivotal issue in many countries’ investment agenda. Germany is primed to replace many competitors in this regard.
Hedge Funds rely on enormous bulks of information and top-notch data analysis
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.
For investors in Venezuela’s state-owned oil producer, its sweetened bond-swap terms are outweighing Congress’s threat to question the deal.
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.
A bright future ahead for Latin America
Bolivia’s government has hired China’s Beijin Urban Construction Group to expand the Viru Viru International Airport in the eastern city Santa Cruz and make it a regional hub for passenger and cargo flights.
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