Countries/Regions

  • Brazil Trade Surplus Hits Record High Aug 2, 2006

    Brazil's trade surplus last month rose...

  • Argentina Secures $700 Million BIS Loan Aug 1, 2006

    Argentina has secured a $700 million...

  • Deals Aug 1, 2006

  • One Shot Aug 1, 2006

  • Standing Alone Aug 1, 2006

    After years of heavy investment, Brazil's state-controlled oil company, Petrobras, is supplying all of the country's oil needs.

  • Chiriboga Takes Over At Petroecuador Aug 2, 2006

    Ecuador's former government and labor minister,...

  • Asian Fever & Chills Aug 1, 2006

    Asian individual investors are a rich new financing source for Latin American credits as wealth continues to build in the East.

  • Eternal Youth Aug 1, 2006

    With its mix of young demographics and rapidly developing capital markets, Mexico offers a cocktail of interesting investment opportunities.

  • Reaching the Base Aug 1, 2006

    Though individual transactions are small, the bottom of Mexico's income pyramid is looking increasingly attractive to issuers of consumer credit.

  • AFPs Consider Ecopetrol Aug 2, 2006

    The Colombian pension funds that last...

  • AMLO Protests Bring Gridlock To Capital Aug 1, 2006

    Protestors supporting Mexican presidential hopeful Andrés...

  • Customer Service Aug 1, 2006

    Proximity to the US and a bevy of English speakers are helping the Caribbean lure a growing slice of the global call-center business.

  • García Introduces First Austerity Measure Aug 1, 2006

    Peru's new president, Alan García, has...

  • Round Edges Aug 1, 2006

    Even remote and oft-overlooked corners of the Caribbean are bounding along economically, although a changing outlook for tourism could derail the progress.

  • LAB's Asbún Flees To US Aug 3, 2006

    Ernesto Asbún, former president of flagship...

  • Uni Cidade Sells $18 Million Debentures Aug 2, 2006

    Brazilian school administrator Uni Cidade Sp...

  • Changing Landscape Aug 1, 2006

    Financial options in Mexico are expanding, putting pressure on large banks to improve customer service and reach out to a wider swath of consumers.

  • Feeding a Dragon Aug 1, 2006

    As China's economic might expands and it throws more weight around in Latin America, some see opportunity while others fear setbacks.

  • Ready for Take-Off Aug 1, 2006

    After years of steady economic progress, Brazilians are eager to invest in real estate and investors are swooping in to meet their needs.

  • Alfa Agrees $51 Million For Alestra Stake Aug 2, 2006

    Mexican industrial conglomerate Alfa has agreed...

  • AquaChile Joins Forces With Alitec Aug 1, 2006

    Chile's leading salmon producer, AquaChile, is...

  • Dasa Snaps Up Imuno Aug 1, 2006

    Diagnósticos da América (Dasa), one of...

  • Of Dragons & Elephants Aug 1, 2006

    China's growing influence on Latin America has, to some extent, overshadowed the rise of another emerging market giant in the East: India. By Javier Santiso*

  • Stability Dividend Aug 1, 2006

    Brazil has made significant economic and policy strides that have translated into stability and investor confidence even in rocky times and election years.

  • OLA Delays Decision Aug 3, 2006

    Colombia Móvil, known as OLA, the...

  • A Giant Moves In Aug 1, 2006

    In one fell swoop, HSBC has become a large Central American bank through its purchase of Panamanian financial powerhouse Banistmo.

  • China's Point Man In Latin America Aug 1, 2006

    Franco Macri, the Argentine industrialist and China's senior investment advisor for Latin America, expounds on how China hopes to engage the region.

  • Finance for the 21st Century Aug 1, 2006

    Brazil's massive agribusiness sector is attracting private equity, venture capital and other sophisticated forms of investment.

  • Room to Grow Aug 1, 2006

    With Mexican companies on a multi-year profit and revenue expansion, local legislation and the stock exchange are modernizing to keep pace.

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