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Latin Business Index 2013: Bad News for Brazil and Uruguay

Brazil registered the largest decline in this year’s survey following a year of flat economic growth.

Latin America Business: Chile Best

Chile and Panama are best for business, while Venezuela is worst. How do the other countries rank?

Panama: Latin America's FDI Leader

Panama has Latin America’s highest percent of FDI, while Venezuela has the lowest.

Latin America Business: Panama Best

Panama, Uruguay and Dominican Republic improve their business climate, while Venezuela worsens.

Latin Business Index 2009: Venezuela Dives

Venezuela's score drops dramatically on Latin America's index of best and worst countries for business.

Latin Business 2008: Best & Worst

Chile is best and Venezuela worst in Latin America when it comes to overall business climate.

Latin Business 2007: Best & Worst

Best for doing business: Chile, Mexico and Uruguay. Worst: Haiti, Bolivia and Nicaragua.

Chile: A Role Model for Latin America?

A political consensus on free-market policies sets Chile apart and has secured its success in Latin America.

What's Wrong With Haiti?

A poor start and recent political instability have weakened Haiti's business environment. But progress is taking place.

Chilean Champion

As Chile reaches a free trade agreement with the European Union and is close to one with the United States, it continues to head up almost every business ranking in Latin America.

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