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What went wrong in Brazil?

Back in 2012, Paul Krugman did a post praising the “New Economic Policy” in Latin America, which focused on reducing inequality.  A few weeks later he singled out Argentina and Brazil for special praise: Just to be clear, I think Brazil is going pretty well, and has had good leadership. But why exactly is Brazil […]

Nubeliu Is Bringing The Private Cloud To Latin America

Private cloud enterprise solution Nubeliu has raised a seed round from Latin American powerhouse investors Kaszek Ventures in the “couple of millions,” according to a source close to the company. Storm Ventures and MercadoLibre (NASDAQ: MELI) founder and CEO Marcos Galperin also participated in the round. Read More

Turkish soap operas finding new life as Latin American ‘telenovela’ imports

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The tortured romance between Sehrazat and Onur, the central drama of Turkish soap opera Thousand and One Nights, is taking Chilean television by storm and reshaping prime time in Latin America, the land of the “telenovela.” In exchange for the money she desperately needs to treat her...

Truckload Opportunities in Latin America

Categories: Guest Post Tags: GEP, Guest Posts, Process and Best Practice Spend Matters welcomes this guest post from Daniel Martinez of GEP. One the biggest challenges organizations face is to increase the service level and reduce cost simultaneously. Show More Summary

‘Wild Tales': Warner’s Role In Argentina’s Wildly Successful Oscar Hopeful

Wild Tales helmer Damián Szifrón calls Warner Bros International's EVP of Europe & Latin America Distribution, Monique Esclavissat, the "godmother” of his film. The exec was responsible for the studio coming aboard the project at script stage, releasing it in Argentina and ultimately across Latin America. Show More Summary

VAT Validation in Mexico: E-Invoicing Gets Complicated

Categories: Invoicing, P2P Tags: L1, Process and Best Practice It’s one thing to slam in an e-invoicing system and think you’re compliant with local regulation in Latin America. It’s another to actually be in compliance with tax regulations and bills given the real world challenges associated with accurate invoice and other documentation today. Show More Summary

Why Latin America is a Hotbed For Solar Growth

Latin America may be the first region to grow solar without any government assistance.

Daily Headlines: December 22, 2014

Latin America: Argentine dark comedy “Savage Tales” and a Venezuelan biopic on Simon Bolivar were two of the movies selected for the Best Foreign Language Film shortlist at the upcoming Oscars. Mexico: Leaders of Mexico's Roman Catholic...Show More Summary

Venezuela Says Bye to Its Lil Friend

5 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

The U.S.-Cuban détente is already shaking up Latin America.

Abbott’s Generic Drug Business Gets A Boost With Veropharm Acquisition

The deal makes sense in light of Abbott’s recent efforts to expand its generic drug business in high-growth emerging markets such as China, India, Latin America and Russia because of sustained sluggishness in developed markets. Per the terms of the deal, Abbott acquired limited liability company Garden Hills, which currently owns 98% of Veropharm. Show More Summary

Wal-Mart De Mexico Board Names Ostale New CEO

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Wal-Mart de Mexico, Mexico's biggest retailer, said on Friday that Enrique Ostale, Walmex Chairman and Latin America chief executive officer for parent company Wal-Mart Stores Inc, will also take over as CEO of the Mexican company. Show More Summary

The Cuba Opening: A Welcome Blow Against the Posturing School of Foreign Policy

Paul R. Pillar Cuba, Latin America China wasn't available to open up to, because Richard Nixon already did that over four decades ago, in a process that was completed when full diplomatic relations were established with the People's Republic during Jimmy Carter's presidency. Show More Summary

"'The support of Pope Francis and the support of the Vatican was important to us, given the esteem with which both the American and Cuban people hold the Catholic Church...'"

"'... and in particular Pope Francis who has a substantial history in Latin America and is the first pope to be chosen from Latin America,' a senior administration official said."Obama also discussed the issue at length with the pope...Show More Summary

U.S. Is Trying To Sanction Progress in Venezuela/Latin America

President Obama is poised to sign a bill sanctioning Venezuela over alleged concern for human rights in that country. Thousands of Venezuelans have responded to this news by marching in protest of these sanctions. The facts demonstrate that the U.S. Show More Summary

Latin America Must Continue Its Leadership Past COP-20

Delegates from nearly 200 countries gathered in early December to hammer out an agreement on climate change policy at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of Parties. Too often environmentalists go home disappointed after watching the assembly fall short of its mandate to prevent catastrophic climate change. Show More Summary

Latin America Must Continue Its Leadership Past COP-20

Delegates from nearly 200 countries gathered in early December to hammer out an agreement on climate change policy at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of Parties. Too often environmentalists go home disappointed after watching the assembly fall short of its mandate to prevent catastrophic climate change. Show More Summary

Latin America Must Continue Its Leadership Past COP-20

Delegates from nearly 200 countries gathered in early December to hammer out an agreement on climate change policy at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of Parties. Too often environmentalists go home disappointed after watching the assembly fall short of its mandate to prevent catastrophic climate change. Show More Summary

Four Actions that Latin America's Cities Can Explore to Combat Climate Change

Between now and 2050 global urban populations are projected to grow from 3.4 to 6.4 billion people. This type of rapid growth creates new and higher demand for resources, especially in the transport sector, a large source of greenhouse gas emissions and pollution, as well as an inescapable energy cost. read more

No More Toilet Handouts in Honduras

by Mark Duey, Latin America Regional Manager, Water For People Doña Luisa, president of the local water board in the small Honduran community of Gonzalo Maldonado, did the impossible. Despite strong opposition to installing water meters...Show More Summary

Daily Headlines: December 16, 2014

Honduras: Julian Pacheco Tinoco will become the first serving general to act as security minister in a country with the world’s highest murder rate. Latin America: A new report from the Pan American Health Organization and World Health...Show More Summary

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