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.
Diversification of exports, political stability and a renewed economic policy are among the reasons why Peru is going strong despite their neighbors’ weak performance.
Peru’s government has signaled that it will reject a law from the opposition-controlled Congress to ease terms of tax payment for small and medium-sized businesses.
These institutions have allowed many countries to control their infaltion rates
The expansion rate of the disposable income and expenditure per capita has been decelerate considerably
It seems to be false that credits are designed to harm you
The institution’s governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, called LatAm “a region full of potential” despite economic stumbles over the last year.
Multinational companies in several countries are taking action against the Colombian government for alleged breaches to the rights they acquired through the agreements.
Paraguay's booming marijuana trade helps explain why its illegal economy = an estimated $11.1 billion in 2015
Central Bank of Paraguay (BCP) CEO Carlos Fernández Valdovinos spoke of the possibility of closing this year with a growth of more than 4% of gross domestic product (GDP).
The often ignored agricultural sector of Panama once again calls for attention, their criticisms are sharp, they feel the government wants them gone.
ECLAC predicts that in 2017 Panama will grow 5 times more than the regional average
Panama Canal seeks different ways to remain competitive, including reminding clients that this is “a greener route.”
The Pacific Alliance must be “ready to react” to a possible “surprise” in the U.S. presidential election, Mexican Economy Secretary Ildefonso Guajardo
The Pacific Alliance under the helm of Chile, will reach out for closer links with Mercosur, particularly since Argentina's decision to join the block as an observer.
Some 225 million Latin Americans live below the poverty line, according to a report released Tuesday by the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, or ECLAC.
Plaged with irregualrities, corruption, false data, environmental pollution, among a lot of other problems, the Hugo Chávez Frías Orinoco Oil Belt has yet to live up to expectations.
The OPEC daily basket price rose by almost 13% after the group announced last Wednesday that it was cutting oil production by 1.2 million barrels as from January 2017
Even though some businesses will benefit greatly from the event, Moody’s assures that the positive impacts on the nation’s economy will be limited.
Four tankers carrying over 2 million barrels of crude oil were refused discharge in Venezuela due to a shortage of funds in state-controlled PDVSA.
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