THE SCENE
The Scene
“Markets in Latin America are already confirming their potential, with digital revenues growing 124 percent over the last three years, compared to a global average of 28 percent,” confirmed the IFPI’s Digital Music Report 2014. Just in 2013, the annual growth rose to 27.6 percent. Perú, Colombia and Venezuela led the rapid growth. The IFPI announced that to continue growing, it is impor…
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LTD 500

Is mediocrity setting in? Nearly half of the 500 largest companies in Latin Americareported drops in revenues. However, some new leaders appeared. What are their secrets for success? As we predicted, Latin Holdcos responded well in this challenging environment. By Álvaro Moreno The revenues of the 500 largest non-financial companies in Latin America fell by 405
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