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The Top 50 retailers

After a bleak 2013, Wal-Mart will probably recover in Mexico. Challenges for retailers in the region.

A record-breaking year for M&A deals

Most of the acquired companies were in Brazil, Mexico and Chile. Most of the acquirers were in Brazil, the US and -- surprisingly -- in Colombia. Trends and data drawn from the Latin Business Chronicle 2012 Latin America’s top 100 M&A ranking.

Top 50 retailers in Latin America

The distance between retail giants Wal-Mart and CBD narrows

Latin America: Casino, Nokia Grow Most

French retailer Casino and Finnish wireless producer Nokia gain most among multinationals in Latin America.

CBD Top Brazil Employer

Latin Business Chronicle ranks Latin America’s Top 100 Employers.

Latin America: Store Cards Surge

Promotions and rewards programs fuel card lending in Latin America.

Latin America: Star of Multinationals

Latin America continues to outperform global sales for US and European multinationals.

Latin America: Walmart Largest Employer

Walmart, Pemex and Femsa are the top employers in Latin America.

Carrefour: Strong Latin America Sales

Latin America was the best-performing market for Carrefour last year, with good growth in Brazil, Argentina and Colombia.

Latin Banking: Retailers Spur Growth

Latin American retailers possess advantages over banks such as better penetration and more knowledge about clients.

Carrefour: Latin America Boost

Strong Latin America sales growth helps offset European declines at Carrefour.

LBC 100: Top Pan-Regional Power Players

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

LBC 100: The Ranking

Latin America's 100 most powerful businessmen and women.

3Q: Carrefour, NII, Philip Morris

Strong Latin America growth at Carrefour, NII and Philip Morris, while sales at Telmex and Eastman Chemical decline.

Latin America Boosts US Companies

As the U.S. economy slows down, Latin America is providing an increasingly vital sales boost for U.S. and European multinationals.