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This is why dollar is so expensive in these countries

Several Latin American currencies have suffered a devaluation against the dollar in recent months, but it not only has to do with domestic policy

Latin America: Is the Argentine crisis contagious?

The devaluation of the peso against the dollar has not only had a strong impact within the country, but also it resonates in Latin American

Argentina crisis: The strategy to end the fiscal deficit

The measures also include a 50% cut in investments, demonstrating that the Macri government already has an urgent need to balance the State's accounts

Why Turkey sees potential in Venezuela despite its crisis?

In just five months, Venezuela exported 834 million dollars to Turkey in precious stones, iron and steel

The 'Amazon effect': A trend that affects inflation dynamics

According to Harvard professor Alberto Cavallo, the 'Amazon effect' could explain the low levels of inflation in the United States and South Korea

Find out how Latin American currencies are affected by the Turkish lira's fall

Although the lira is recovering, the crisis that its fall aroused continues in global markets. Latin America is not immune from its effects

Five less zeros: Does Venezuela no longer know how to control inflation?

On Monday, August 20, takes effect the monetary reconversion in Venezuela, a measure that reveals the serious inflationary situation in the South American country

"We will pursue people who evade taxes": Paraguayan new finance minister

Benigno López, half-brother of President-elect Mario Abdo Benítez, took office on Thursday as finance minister and announced the continuity in public finances

Venezuela: The possibility of buying foreign currency is a ray of sunshine for businesspersons

The derogation of the law that prohibited buying and selling foreign currency in the country is an opportunity for entrepreneurs in trouble

The Venezuelan crisis affects Colombia’s economic growth

If Nicolás Maduro perpetrates his presidential period, the economic growth in Colombia would slow down in 2019. Moody's warns that the crisis can transcend borders

No more cheap gasoline: The end of the energy subsidy in Venezuela

The economic crisis in Venezuela will force to reduce the subsidies of the population, in order to fight inflation. There are still doubts about whether it will work

Guatemala: One of the most unequal Latin American economies has the lowest unemployment rate

The unemployment rate stands at an admirable 2.7%, but the richest 1% of the country has income equal to the sum of the poorest 40%

3 extreme measures: Maduro's “insane” responses to the crisis

Thanks to the increasingly serious economic crisis in the country, the Venezuelan government has instituted measures that can be called "strange" and "irresponsible"

Sao Paulo, the most expensive city for foreigners in Latin America

How is the cost of living in a city determined according to the Mercer ranking?

Infrastructure will be the focus of the Latin Americans of the CAF Conference in Madrid

Mexico, Colombia, Chile, and Peru are the countries where a greater increase in investment is expected

Oil, treaties, and stock: The doubts surrounding the government of López Obrador

International markets will be cautious with AMLO and you should do the same if you have invested in Mexico

Venezuela: The impact of increasing the minimum wage, beyond the crisis

The Venezuelan government ordered that the minimum wage will be tripled, but this measure will not reduce the effects of the crisis

Financial shocks and earthquakes: These are the riskiest cities in Latin America

Mexico City stands out as the city that has more economic production than losing before 22 natural and human threats

New OPEC pact: will the oil market be stabilized?

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries ordered an additional 1 million barrels a day, a 1% increase over the current supply that can change the course of the oil-producing countries

For how long will Latin America depend on oil?

The reserves of Colombia could end in less than 5 years, while those of Ecuador would end in less than two decades

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