EXCLUSIVE: A note on unproductive activities

Innovation in Latin America is not producing economic growth. Somewhere, the channel that goes from innovation to increased productivity and then to more economic growth, is breaking down. The statistics on this are telling. At the same time, economic growth in the region over the past 15 years increased at a sluggish 2.7 percent per year. There are several explanations for this colossal problem. The pervasive existence of Directly Unproductive Profit-seeking Activities is one of them. Read the full story at Latin Trade. Amazon in talks with Casino over Brazil electronics chain Amazon.com and Casino Guichard Perrachon are negotiating a deal in Brazil either partnering or selling the French retailer’s local appliance and electronics chain, a source familiar with the […]


CIO Monthly October 2022: Accelerating Trust for Financial Services

Surge in dark data a growing danger for organizations Dark...

U.S. unions lodge first Mexico labor grievance under new NAFTA

The AFL-CIO, the biggest U.S. labor federation, on Monday...

Argentina’s cashless king targets Latin America’s unbanked millions

Digital banking startup Uala will double the size of...
This site is registered on wpml.org as a development site.