They want to address shortages and high prices. But existing manufacturers are likely to do so faster and more cheaply.
The nonprofit Transparency International says it has identified at least 511 companies that are either wholly or majority owned by the government of Venezuela — and 70 percent of them are losing money,
How the South American nation achieved social welfare without socialism
Trade promotion agency Uruguay XXI and the European Union delegation plan to hold the 1st European Investment Forum June 21-22 in Montevideo as part of an effort to increase business in the South American country
Should we wait until the effects of the aggressive recovery policies fill the world with jobs, industry, and value?
Nigel Farage's political ambition still has a long road ahead
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.
Development trends indicate human labor is becoming obsolete
A giant Chinese container ship has become the first vessel to move from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean via the newly-enlarged Panama Canal.
The progressive legalization has opened various doors for the creation of a promising industry
Blockchain and microcredits can solve world poverty
The main challenge resides on its costs
No one really knows what the future holds
Cuba's government has announced that it is legalising small and medium-sized private businesses.
One example was the launch on leading U.S. markets of a special Bud Light container decorated with the emblem of the Mexican national soccer team.
After the deal was signed in 2016, Colombia has had an inflow increase of 14.5 % compared to 2015
The “Spin-off” project, which seeks to transfer knowledge from Colombian schools to businesses, could have a big push in 2017.
The decision follows the conviction that gradually “we will have a substantial improvement in the economy, with inflation trending lower”
Brazilian agribusiness exporters however must first do away with barriers of quotas, tariffs and accusations of not meeting international health standards.
Grain production next year could grow as much as 14.2 percent after likely registering its biggest fall in six years in 2016.