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A lukewarm quarter for MNCs

The MNC Index falls in the second quarter, a reflection of the cooling of economic growth in key markets, as well as weakening currencies in the region.

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.

Latin America's Top 50 Businesswomen

Latin Business Chronicle selects the 50 top women in Latin American business.

Q&A: Denise Farinos, CFO, GM South America

Denise Farinos, the CFO of General Motors in South America, on her career, Brazil and more.

Lieblein:  Let the Job Speak for Itself

Getting too tied up in gender, dilutes efforts by female executives, argues GM Mexico head Grace Lieblein.

Latin America's Top 25 Businesswomen

Latin Business Chronicle selects the 25 top women in Latin American business.

LBC 100: Top Pan-Regional Power Players

Latin America's top ten most powerful pan-regional business people.

Brazil Drives GM Sales

Brazil is General Motors’ shining star in Latin America and worldwide, with a robust outlook after a record second quarter.

Newsmaker: Maureen Kempston Darkes

Maureen Kempston Darkes, who retires from GM after 34 years, gets much of the credit for the company’s strong Latin America performance.

Venezuela: Replacing Colombia Not That Easy

Can Venezuela replace its imports from Colombia? Four experts share their insights.

Survival Guide to Venezuela

What are foreign firms doing to survive the lucrative, but highly difficult, market of Venezuela?

Venezuela: Hard Landing

Venezuela faces dollar shortages, rising inflation and further payment problems. Even private aircraft are grounded.

GM Sets New Record

General Motors gets a boost from Latin America, especially Brazil, Andean markets and Uruguay.

Latin Outlook: CEO Perspective

How do the Latin America heads of prominent multinationals see the outlook in the region next year?

CEO Q&A on Challenges 

Latin Business Chronicle asks leading business executives about Latin America's key challenges in 2009.

CEO Q&A on Outlook

Latin Business Chronicle asks leading business executives about Latin America's outlook for 2009.

Latin America Helps General Motors

While General Motors is losing billions overall, its Latin America division is setting new sales and profit records.

The Case for NAFTA

NAFTA benefits both the United States and Mexico, experts say. Any renegotiation would result in U.S. job losses, they say.

Bullish on Brazil

Brazil’s economy is booming and has a bright outlook. A special report on the key benefits and challenges of doing business in Brazil.

Latin America 2008: Business, Economic and Political Outlook

Read Latin Business Chronicle's exclusive report on Latin America's outlook.

CEO Letter to Congress on Colombia FTA

Open letter to the US Congress from the CEO's of Citibank, Coca-Cola, General Motors, ExxonMobil, Microsoft and more.

GM Changes, de la Torre Replaces Perry 

Key appointments and promotions in Latin American business and technology.

Brazil Business: Solid Five-Year Outlook

Brazil's business outlook the next five years is strong, business leaders say. And Lula will likely be followed by a more market-friendly president, experts predict.

Brazil Outlook: Q&A

Latin Business Chronicle asks five leading experts about Brazil's business, economic and political outlook the next five years.

U.S. Auto Crisis Benefits Mexico

Mexico is becoming ever more attractive for automakers looking to cut costs, but challenges remain.

Colombia's Infrastructure Challenge

One area where foreign companies aren't happy with Colombia.

Colombia: Strong Business Optimism

Foreign companies are pleased with their business in Colombia and express strong optimism about the future outlook.

GM Boom in South America

GM sets new records in South America helped by growing economies and extensive dealerships.

Strong Latin Ad Growth

Latin America's advertising market is again growing, led by Brazil and Mexico. An ad spike in Venezuela appears to be a fluke rather than a trend.

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