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LBC takes a look at the top 10 companies in Latin America, which offer the best return on investment in the last five years. Much has been made of Latin America’s growth in the past ...
This month will mark one year since the U.S.-Colombia free trade agreement (FTA) entered into force. To mark this anniversary, Latin Trade spoke with Maria Claudia Lacoture, president of Colombia’s export promotion agency Proexport, to ...
What are Brazilians buying this year?
Find out what consumers in Latin America’s largest consumer market will be buying this year.Domestic consumption will be the driving force of economic growth in Latin America for another year, say analysts consulted by LBC. ...
While the Ukraine crisis has made headlines around the world in the past weeks, instability in Venezuela and Argentina also has an impact on Latin America’s economies – starting with Brazil.The ongoing crisis in Ukraine ...
Contreras spoke to LBC about his industry’s challenges and opportunities at Latin Trade’s CFO event in Mexico City. He was awarded CFO of the Year.Rafael Contreras Grosskelwingof Grupo Chedraui was awarded Latin Trade’s CFO ...
Petrobras also unloaded more than $4 billion in assets.The acquisition of Portugal Telecom by Brazil’s largest telephone company, Oi, was the largest M&A of the year according to LBC’s latest list of Latin America’s Top ...
LBC provides the profit and revenue forecasts of 50 large Latin American companies. Please Scroll down the page to see the full guide
An interview with Gustavo Leite, Paraguay’s Minister for Industry and CommerceParaguay hopes to become a new major player in the sphere of foreign investment Paraguay’s Minister for Industry and Commerce said in an interview with ...
The names on our list head some of the best-performing companies in Latin America.In this list, LBC highlights the Top 10 CFOs of the year based on their companies’ performance in the year, rapid growth, ...
Amid a landscape of declines, U.S.-based companies generally performed well. The leading 25 foreign-based multinational corporations (MNCs) operating in Latin America saw a 6.7 percent decline in combined revenues in the third quarter of 2013 ...