Deep within the bureaucratic language of the latest round of regulatory changes are four other rules that could prove significant.
Since last year, Brazil has been ranked ninth (2 positions below its ranking in 2014) due to the recession that started at the end of 2014.
The president of Bogota’s Chamber of Commerce argues for creative and cultural economic activities to make the city competitive worldwide.
Brazil has a blossoming tech industry, most thought the crisis had all but broken it, however, it remains strong and may offer alternatives for development.
The often ignored agricultural sector of Panama once again calls for attention, their criticisms are sharp, they feel the government wants them gone.
As growing interest in electric cars and energy-storage drives up global demand for lithium, companies with concessions to exploit Chile's vast resources could find themselves in an enviable position
Chilean President Bachelet said that the country’s budgeted spending would rise 2.7 percent in 2017 compared with this year, the lowest rate of growth in 14 years, as a sluggish economy has crimped income.
From lack of infrastructure to under-equipped low-cost carriers, airlines in LatAm are not profiting from a growing number of passengers worldwide and cheap fuel.
Nearly one-third of Argentina’s population lives in poverty, the government said in the first official poverty data published in three years, underscoring the difficulty of reaching President Macri’s stated “zero poverty” goal.
Argentina’s largest public sector unions staged a national strike Tuesday to demand pay increases amid rising inflation and higher utility rates that have eaten into workers’ purchasing power.
The Colombian congress presented an initiative to raise taxes on imported liquor, the move has its detractors and its supporters.
The sale to a consortium led by Brookfield is part of the company’s plans to focus on the exploration of petroleum and natural gas.
The less pessimistic outlooks are in line with what economic analysts in Brazil are also forecasting for the country's Gross Domestic Product.
The end of conflict could mean the United States will back away from Colombia in terms of investment and assistance, China might try to fill the power gap.
At the moment, Venezuela can probably boast the highest price per jar of Nutella, and this is very telling about how deep into trouble their economy is.
Venezuela’s petroleum industry, whose vast revenues once fueled the country’s Socialist-inspired revolution, underwriting everything from housing to education, is spiraling into disarray.
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.
Some interesting initiatives are motivating farmers to produce and export cocoa, growers are finding it could offer a lucrative alternative to illegal crops.
According to the IMF’s Western Hemisphere director, all of the region’s economies are in a weaker fiscal position than they should be
Argentine Ministers are ecstatic, the Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment is a major stride in the ‘normalization’ of Brazil, something they’ve been looking forward to for a long time.
Chile is aiming to produce 70% of its energy using renewable sources by 2050. This will provide European companies and investors with significant opportunities, says Santander’s Latin American Desk Head, Mauricio Munguia.
The Colombian economy grew 2% for the 2nd trimester of 2016, numbers this low had not been seen for 7 years, however, there is no need for extreme measures.