Bancolombia hungry for new acquisitions?
Latin Business Chronicle interviewed Carlos Raúl Yepes, Bancolombia’s CEO. The bank will not venture outside Central America and the northern tip of South America, but it will continue to look for opportunities in banking and other financial services.
Educating the Children to Succeed
Students with limited access to education in Latin America sometimes fail to develop cognitive skills needed for success. Latin Education Index shows how Guatemala and Haiti lag in this area.
Cafe Britt Eyes Europe, IPO
How Costa Rica's Cafe Britt has become the country's most international company. Now it's eyeing Europe and an IPO.
China: Latin Business Boom
China's trade with, and investments in, Latin America are growing significantly and expected to continue doing so in the future as well.
Costa Rica Telecom Outlook
New entrants will help boost Costa Rica's wireless telecom sector to the benefit of all consumers experts say.
CAFTA 2007: Good Outlook
CAFTA faces 2007 with the likely implementation in two more countries and the start of free trade talks with the European Union.
Bright Outlook for Costa Rica
Costa Rica's economic outlook is bright, thanks to an attractive environment for business, a new pro-trade government and a planned free trade agreement with the United States.
CAFTA: Positive Outlook
As the U.S. Congress approves CAFTA, U.S. trade with the pact's countries - already up - is expected to increase substantially. Likewise, the CAFTAeconomies should expand as a result.
HP: Strong Latin Growth
HP, the market leader in Latin American PC sales, is growing strongly and set for further expansion thanks to strong local economies, free trade and a successful strategy.
Scotiabank Bullish on Latin America
Scotiabank is growing strongly in Latin America thanks to both acquisitions and organic growth. And it expects further growth in the future as well.
Latin Business Index 2006: Best and Worst
Chile is the best place for business in Latin America and Haiti the worst. Mexico comes right behind Chile, while Brazil only ranks sixth, the Latin Business Index shows.