Latin Business Chronicle selects the 50 top women in Latin American business.
BY LBC STAFF
In Brazil, Latin America’s largest economy, President Dilma Rousseff is garnering plenty of praise among local and foreign investors for her policies. Her counterpart in Argentina, Cristina Kirchner is less popular among executives. But which women are setting their mark in Latin America’s fast-growing business sector?
The editorial staff of Latin Business Chronicle has selected 50 of them in our second annual list of Latin America’s top businesswomen.
The group includes natives of Latin America as well as foreign executives who have a significant impact on the region, supervising companies that are among the top tax payers and employers in several countries in the region.
We have not ranked them and their entries on the list appear by alphabetical order of last name.
Latin America's Top 50 Businesswomen A-H
Latin America's Top 50 Businesswomen I-Z
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