Daily News January 19, 2016

EXCLUSIVE Latin America’s most competitive workforces Chile remains the region’s benchmark country in terms of labor owing to a very flexible legal framework and high levels of education of the working force. Chile improved in Latin Trade’s Labor Index mainly on the back of enhancements in labor-employer relations and an increase in life expectancy, which at 81.7 years continues to be the highest in Latin America. The Labor Index 2015 measures Latin America’s most competitive workforces in 18 economies in the region. Latin Trade reports. Scotiabank sets earnings target for four Latin American nations Growth planned for Mexico, Chile, Peru and Colombia units Scotiabank, Canada’s third-largest lender by assets, aims to increase earnings by as much as 11 percent in […]

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