The Top 100 Pension Funds 2012
Colombian pension funds gain speed. Eleven out of the top 15 funds decreased their assets under management. The number of affiliates to the pension system increased to 74.4 million. There are 60 Brazilian funds among the top 100. Mexican Principal, a growth champion.
Infrastructure bids in Latin America
More than $31.6 billion in 20 major infrastructure bids which are open in 7 countries, are listed in the new Latin Business Chronicle Infrastructure Guide. Descriptions, deadlines and contacts for each bid.
The top 30 women in business
Latin Business Chronicle ranks the most influential women in the Latin American business world of 2012. They include chief executives, board members, company advisers, and creators of some of the region’s most important economic trends.
The best 100 Companies of 2012
Mining and construction companies in Latin America have increased their sales, net revenues and profitability more than other firms in the last three years. See the complete list of best companies from Shougang to Corporacion San Luis.
Happy Colombia Day!
Congressional approval of the US-Colombia FTA can help stem lost market share by US exporters.
Colombia: Too Much of a Good Thing
Colombia is on a very good trajectory, but must end the legacies of corruption and class privilege to make it a truly prosperous place.
The Benefits of MILA
The integrated stock exchange of Chile, Colombia and Peru is larger than Mexico's.
Juan Valdez Turns 50
Juan Valdez celebrates 50th anniversary, Dominican economy booms, Costa Rica wireless delays, Colombia BPO King.
Colombia: Team Santos
Latin Business Chronicle takes a closer look at the new cabinet of Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos.
Colombia: Call Centers Boom
Colombia's call center business has grown significantly and is expected to expand revenues fourfold by 2012.
Bulltick: Uribe Plans 2010 Run
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe's re-election will boost foreign direct investment despite international protests, one expert predicts.
Medellin: Global Model
The IDB annual meeting will take place in a city that has become a global model for positive urban change.
Cartagena Tourism Grows
Colombia’s resort city Cartagena is becoming a growing attraction for everyone from Bill Clinton to Ivanka Trump.
Latin SME's Optimistic
Colombian companies are most optimistic, while Argentine SME's are most pessimistic about their outlook.
From Miami to Colombia
Brian Andrews, former news anchor in Miami, tells Latin Business Chronicle why he moved to Colombia.
Medellin Makes History
Colombia's business hub Medellin prepares to make history with the Inter-American Development Bank's annual assembly.
Juan Valdez Expands
If Juan Valdez has his way, more Americans and people worldwide will be drinking his coffee this year.
Colombia: The Next Chile?
Colombia continues to attract foreign investors due to its economic and political climate. Will it even become the next Chile?
Colombia FTA Next Year?
The US-Colombia FTA may be approved late next year despite president-elect Barack Obama's campaign rhetoric against it.
Latin Trade Slows Down
Latin American trade is slowing down, partly thanks to the U.S. crisis. However, Colombia, Peru and Uruguay are boosting their trade.
Despite rising fuel prices and problems in the aviation sector in general, Colombian airline Avianca is booming.
US Trade: Colombia Grows Most
U.S. trade with Colombia is booming even without a free trade agreement. Overall US trade with Latin America is picking up.