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Latin America Solar Is Booming, But Mexico Solar May Shine Brightest

Mexico solar has so far underperformed compared to other Latin America markets, but GTM Research forecasts the country's solar market will soon grow twice as fast as the entire region Latin America Solar Is Booming, But Mexico SolarShow More Summary

Brazil crisis may have silver lining: rule of law

Latin America’s biggest economy will get worse before it gets better. The arrest of billionaire banker André Esteves suggests room for further nasty surprises from the Petrobras corruption probe. But feisty independent courts and stronger institutions point to a brighter future.

CEO Of Brazil's "Goldman Sachs" Is Arrested

Several years ago, when Brazil's economy was roaring on the coattails of the Chinese commodity boom, the country's Grupo BTG Pactual was transformed into the largest independent investment bank in Latin America by the golden boy of Brazil's finance - billionaire Andre Esteves. Show More Summary

LG brings a Ray of light to emerging markets

LG Ray is now official, becoming the latest entry-level offering from the South Korean manufacturer. The phone will be available in the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) region later this week, followed by Latin America. LG is targeting 3G markets with the handset, which comes with a brushed-metal finish at the back along with rear-mounted volume and power buttons....

Argentine Election a Setback, But Not Likely to Reverse Latin America's 21st Century Trend

The election of right-wing candidate Mauricio Macri as Argentina's president on Sunday, which just a few months ago was unexpected, is a setback for Argentina and for the region. In the last 13 years, Argentina had made enormous economic and social progress. Show More Summary

Daily Headlines: November 24, 2015

Cuba: Internet access is difficult for the average Cuban resident but social networking has been a vital resource for migrants attempting to make their way through Mexico and Central America. Latin America: Peruvian President Ollanta...Show More Summary

How to Spot Latin America's Tropical Art

The exhibit 'Under the Same Sun: Art From Latin America Today' teaches us a thing or two.

Mass Demonstrations Demand Closure of US’ Notorious ‘School of Assassins’

Georgia’s infamous ‘School of Assassins’ was besieged by hundreds of activists from across the country, calling for the closure of the military training center and a halt to the militarization of Latin America by the US.

Unraveling Latin America's Illegal Wildlife Trade

The trafficking of elephants in Africa has gained tremendous media attention. Not so the illegal trade in birds, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, and fish of Central and South America -- a problem of epidemic proportion. Blue-fronted Amazon parrot in street market in Brazil. Show More Summary

UFC Fight Night 78 video highlights: Erick Montano vs. Enrique Marin

Erick Montano is the “TUF: Latin America 2” welterweight winner following a UFC Fight Night 78 split decision win over Enrique Marin.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos

UFC Fight Night 78 video highlights: Enrique Barzola vs. Horacio Gutierrez

Enrique Barzola became the “TUF: Latin America 2” lightweight championship by grinding out Horacio Gutierrez to take a unanimous decision victory.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos

UFC Fight Night 78 results: Enrique Barzola dominates Horacio Gutierrez for 'TUF' crown

MONTERREY, Mexico – A height and size advantage proved no stumbling block for Peru native Enrique Barzola, who ground-and-pounded Horacio Gutierrez to win the lightweight bracket of “The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 2.”Filed under: News, UFC

Stagflation Ahead: Goldman Is "Unreservedly Disappointed" With Latin America

As regular readers are no doubt aware, we’ve devoted quite a bit of time to covering Brazil’s unfolding economic meltdown. The latest data out this week showed GDP in “free fall mode” (to quote Barclays), inflation hitting double digits...Show More Summary

UFC Fight Night 78 results: Alvaro Herrera takes out friend Vernon Ramos with quick TKO

MONTERREY, Mexico – “The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 2” veterans Alvaro Herrera and Vernon Ramos were teammates under coach Efrain Escudero, but Herrera showed no mercy when they met under professional circumstances.Filed under: News, UFC

Argentina Just Can’t Manage to Buy Fighters

In the early 1980s, Argentina’s air force and navy together represented the most powerful air arm in Latin America. Then came the Falklands War, international sanctions and economic recession. From a peak of more than 400 combat aircraft in ’82, today Buenos Aires can must fewer than 250 warplanes, few...

The Five Most Eco-Friendly Cities in the World

Some cities have made eco-friendliness a priority and a mandate. After studying 120 cities in Europe, Latin America, Asia, North America, and Africa, Siemens has released its latest Green City Index, the definitive list of cities where protecting the environment is a way of life.

UFC Fight Night 78: Main Card Staff Predictions

The UFC returns to Mexico for a six-fight main card Saturday. Monterrey will be the host city, and welterweights headline the action. This event will also play host to the finale of The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 2. Kelvin Gastelum, the No. Show More Summary

Argentina faces choice between magic and realism

Voters look likely to choose uncharismatic, pro-market Mauricio Macri as their next president in Sunday’s runoff election. Latin America’s No. 3 economy needs a dose of orthodox management after years of Kirchnerist magical thinking. But he could become unpopular very fast.

Fight Night Monterrey 2015 Fantasy Preview

The UFC returns to Mexico this weekend for its first ever show in Monterrey, with a welterweight main event as well as the finals of the latest season of The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America ... Click here for more … Continue reading ? The post Fight Night Monterrey 2015 Fantasy Preview appeared first on Boxing News.

Fox Business Guest: Both Syrian And Latino Immigrants Have A Disproportionate Number "Of Rapists, Of Murderers, [And] Killers"

From the November 19 edition of Fox Business' Kennedy: LISA KENNEDY MONTGOMERY (HOST): You are conflating people coming in from Central and Latin America with Syrian refugees who might be members of ISIS. That's not the same thing. GAVIN MCINNES: No, they're both a major problem. Show More Summary

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