Hours after lawmakers approved a plan by Brazil's president to curb government spending, the country's GDP data showed the economy contracted for the seventh straight quarter
"Macroeconomic numbers are lining up in the right direction," FinMin Shaw says at LatinFinance's Caribbean Investment forum
Despite losing the referendum on its peace agreement, Colombia’s government maintains the political capital to undertake necessary reforms, argues Mauricio Cárdenas
Chile will issue dollar bonds in 2017, although it has enough funds for the next three years, Chile's finance minister says
Fiscal reform must be passed to...
As worries grow over the government’s ability to win approval of unpopular measures, Colombia’s finance minister says it can pass a package of tax hikes needed to retain the country’s investment grade
In an interview, Paraguay's central bank president says GDP is expected to rise 4% this year, up from previous estimates of 3.5%
An apparent turn away from free...
Weak growth worldwide hampers export markets,...
Rating agency says there is a...
After the Senate votes to suspend President Dilma Rousseff, sources say a new administration could improve credibility and bring more economic stability
Agency cites higher debt and rising...
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