Cuba is studying cryptocurrency as part of economic crisis measures

Miguel Diaz-Canel, working to establish his legitimacy after assuming the presidency in April 2018, said the government was working on the details of the implementation

Una vista muestra un campamento de minería de oro ilegal en Puerto Maldonado

Ecuador cracks down on illegal miners in northern region

The South American nation is hoping to fuel its sluggish economy by expanding its mining sector

Glass of beer with photographs of the national currency of Peru

Tax changes endangers Peru's beer industry

The announcement of the Ministry of Economics and Finance worried the producers of this product because of increases in national prices

Person taking out two Colombian banknotes from his wallet in front of a computer

Colombia's 'disastrous' minimum wage is restraining its development

Christopher Pissarides, a winner of the Economics Nobel Prize, emphasized the need for labor reform in Colombia, starting with the minimum wage



Personas hacen fila para comprar arroz en una tienda del estado en el centro de La Habana, Cuba.

Shortages plague Cuba as U.S. sanctions sharpen economic woes

The extensive lines outside the stores, with shelves mostly unsupplied, are increasingly common in Cuba

Recolectores de café

Coffee slump reaps bitter harvest for Central American migrants

"My husband had to emigrate due to debt and because coffee cannot even provide for food here," Carmen Andino

 Lee C. Bucheit: the leader of the economic recovery in Juan Guaidó's Venezuela

Lee C. Buchheit, the so-called 'debt guru', was contacted by the opposition government of Juan Guaidó to lead the country's economic recovery

Venezuela: how have other countries solved their inflation crises?

In history there have been many cases of countries with hyperinflation in their economy, both in Latin America and elsewhere, how did they deal with this problem?

These are the countries that have used two currencies at the time

Each country, or union, has its own official currency. However, a nation may have more than one in legal use, as have been the cases of Cuba and France

Panama: anticorruption and economic reform are Cortizo's plans

Laurentino Cortizo has declared that two of the main policies of his government will be government transparency and the economic reactivation



What is country risk and what are the results of Latin America?

The risk in Argentina presented in a day a dramatic increase of 8%, showing the worst performance in this index for the region

Will the fourth IMF disbursement reach Argentina?

In its third revision, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approves an upcoming disbursement of USD 10,800 million

Panic in the Argentine economy: this is the 'Macrisis' effect

Investor confidence in the floor and inflation in the sky. There seems to be no hope for the Argentine economy under Macri

Botswana and Rwanda: the most dynamic economies in Africa

Botswana and Rwanda have shown in recent years indicators of growth and development that stand out in their region. The key: a long-term vision

The huge deficit of the United States: How's the "America First" plan?

The Budget Office of Congress affirmed that the deficit of the United States will exceed one trillion dollars in 2020

The blackout in Venezuela threatens to affect the oil market

There is a risk of a drop in Venezuelan crude supplies, warns the International Energy Agency

Which Latin American countries continue on the list of tax havens of the EU?

After the approval of the new list, Panama, Peru and Uruguay leave it, while Mexico and Argentina enter into research

What is the economic plan of Guaidó for Venezuela?

Among the most controversial proposals is the opening to greater participation of private capital

Could 2019 be a 'lost year' for the Latin American economy?

2019 seems to have brought Latin America a slowdown in all economic fronts. What causes this fall in the performance of the regional economy?

Why is the United States' public debt so high?

A few days ago, the debt of the North American country reached its historic peak, reaching $22 billion dollars and economists warn the State to be careful