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by David Ramirez   Latin Trade’s Multilatina Index –a ranking of the largest 25 multilatinas by US dollar revenue– plunged 19 percent in the second quarter compared with the same period in 2014. The total revenue of the firms composing the index fell to $105.2 billion, largely reflecting currency effects and the deterioration of economic conditions in their markets.   Sector-wise, the food & beverages index went down by 12 percent, to $27.1 billion, following declines in all the firms in the list, bar Arcor (21st in the ranking), whose revenue grew 3 percent driven by exports. JBS (3rd), the […]
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