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Three companies defy region’s adversities by David Ramirez   Latin Trade’s Multinational Companies (MNCs) index, which measures the US dollar-revenue of the top 25 MNCs operating in Latin America, fell again in the second quarter.   Following a 13 percent contraction in January-March, the index dropped 16 percent in April-June (both figures year on year), as the total revenues of the 25 MNCs composing the list dropped to $47.7 billion.   Just like other firms operating in Latin America, multinational companies’ revenue has been dragged down by more hostile macroeconomic conditions, including waning household consumption and sharp US dollar appreciation. […]
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