Since the opening of its new terminal in 2012, Bogota’s El Dorado international airport has become one of the fastest growing airports in Latin America.
LBC’s latest Latin Tourism Index shows Peru experienced the strongest y.o.y. growth in tourist arrivals in 2013.
The 100 biggest banks in the region did not increase their total assets in 2013, but reported a 7.6% increase in net revenues. The reasons behind this financial paradox.
Year over year trade with China is slowing, but there are still some regional success stories.
The two chains saw gains in their stature in Latin America this year.
LBC looks at which countries provide the safest climate for investment this year.
Venezuela has replaced Haiti as the most dangerous country in Latin America in this year’s Security Index.
After years of trade surpluses, Latin America now imports more from Europe than it sends back. Trade volumes fell 5.5 percent over 2012.
The combined wealth of the region’s richest fell 8.4 percent last year.
LBC looks at what to expect in the two countries after recent elections.
Traditionally, donors had limited information to make difficult giving decisions. New trends in the way social cause organizations measure their impact is now helping donors get more “bang for the buck.”
LBC’s statistics on U.S.-Latin Trade evidence the strength of the Mexico-U.S. trade relationship, and that trade with Venezuela has continued to fall.
A panel of experts agree female empowerment, entrepreneurship, and physical activity are the key factors in promoting growth
Helping cities to finance infrastructure is a major challenge
Which countries do the best at giving their citizens a head start?
Shipments can now be easily processed in Latin America and the Caribbean through a user-friendly online tool from FedEx Express
Read LBC’s predictions on what will happen in the region this year.
Growth in Mexican pension funds outpaced those of other countries and has driven gains in the country’s stock market.
Company is expanding to seven countries and expects global revenue growth of over 40 percent this year.
The region ranks fourth globally for human capital development.
Panama, Paraguay, and Peru will be the region’s growth champions for the near future. Brazil should outperform Mexico.
The U.S. beverage company places highly in the nine surveyed countries of Latin America – with Peru an interesting exception.