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The Latin Business Index, a measure of overall conditions for conducting business in Latin America, reflects more challenging conditions across the region. But some countries climbed to higher spots in the ranking compared with last year, thanks to reforms, improvements to their political environment or corporate regulations. The index analyzes five categories: macroeconomic environment, corporate environment, globalization and competitiveness, infrastructure level, and political environment. Chile and Panama continue to lead the Index, ranking first and second, the same positions as in 2014. Chile’s strength remains largely based on sound corporate and political environments, reflecting favorable tax and labor laws, ease […]
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