South America is a vast continent of light, yet it has a dark soul. Nestled in its political class, like a snake from the rain forest, corruption poisons the core of government.
Although it is one of the most successful projects of Silicon Valley in recent years, Uber has been rocked in 2017 by a series of scandals
Chile is the only Latin American country rated in the “A-zone”, Argentina is the only Latin American country in default zone, but Venezuela is fast approaching, and Brazil recently lost its investment grade
The Latin American nations could come together in the hopes to attract more tourists
Tourism is a growing industry in Chile, but the kind of tourism that gets to Santiago is only interested in seeing the shops.
Mexico’s gross domestic product will grow this year by between 2.5 percent and 2.6 percent despite volatility in the global economy.
Brussels must do more to help producers ride out the slump in agricultural commodity prices, European farm leaders have warned.
Russia and Latin America are going to discuss ways of promoting their cooperation during the Russia-Latin America forum, which to be launched today in the Uruguayan capital of Montevideo
Russia’s government announced it could invest hundreds of millions of dollars annually in Bolivia in natural gas and lithium-related projects
In a move aimed towards regaining popularity, the Brazilian president announced greater coverage for state benefits, despite a record budget deficit.
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.
While free trade has long been an article of faith in Mexico, uncertainty over the fate of the North American Free Trade Agreement is hitting the country hard.
The oil crisis took Mexico’s earnings down a peg, and with a stronger dollar, remittances are now the more significant foreign inflow since 2014.
The result of the referendum was definitely not what credit rating agencies wanted for Colombia, without their support, maintaining growth will be harder.
Under Raúl Castro, Cuba has introduced a series of changes to steer away from hardline Communism, but their pace slowed in the last year, generating doubts regarding the true commitment to the changes.
The United States’ credibility and influence in LatAm can be drastically swayed by the US Congress decision regarding the TPP.
The Puerto Rican government has prepared the way with the few resources at its disposal for the next non-payment of its debt, knowing that Washington will not allow it to declare bankruptcy before July 1.
Puerto Rico has defaulted on a $422m (£289m) debt payment due on Monday, but won breathing space from some major creditors for further talks.
A weak economic and industrial infrastructure means Puerto Rico’s hopes to exit the crisis as successfully as others in their position are slim.
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.
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