MEXICOMexico 2013 inflation view steady despite price spike Credit Suisse Raises $420 Million to Create Mexico Fund
Mexico: Big investment for citrus producers Indigenous Groups Protest Mexico’s Biggest Wind-Energy Project
FOX BUSINESS – Mexican fishermen and indigenous groups from the southern state of Oaxaca protested Wednesday in front of the Mexico City offices of participants in a wind-energy project that would be one of the largest ever in Latin America, targeting Coca-Cola bottler and convenience-store operator Femsa (FMX), the Inter-American Development Bank and the Danish government, among others.
The Brazilian Law on Money Laundering
Precautions Investors Must Take when Investing in Brazil. Brazil has recently altered its money laundering law. The new bill has tightened the government’s grip on most of the investment operations and has significantly broadened financial institutions’ and investment brokers’ duties to report suspicious activities …
Private Aviation takes off in Latin America
The growth of private wealth in LatAm has led to a rise in demand for private aircraft and private aviation services. For the region’s mounting numbers of high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth individuals, a plane can be purely a luxury item, of course; but for increasingly global and mobile professionals and business owners, it meets a demand unsatisfied by local transportation alternatives, as well .
Colombia’s financial regulators seized Interbolsa SA’s brokerage, the country’s largest, after the company said it faces a “temporary” funding shortage.Latin America stocks rise on China, U.S. data 20 Latin American in the World’s 200 Richest People Argentina bonds close lower after S&P downgrade
Argentina Plans Regulatory Overhaul to Spur Investments Increase in pension fund investments makes for headwinds in Andean market
Colombia Equity Fund targets European countries for distribution
Protests in Peru Scaring Off Mining Investment, Government Responds With Social Programs Honduran supreme court rejects idea of building independently governed ‘model cities’ CAF and OFIC ink agreement to promote energy efficiency projects in Latin America Modern airport terminal to be opened in Bogota IDB approves $200m financing for Latin America hydro plant