Vol. 21 Nbr. 3, May 2013
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- A changing of the guard.
- Inequality has been reduced, but not enough: the report on human development shows that the region is the world's most unequal.
- Little financial depth: the financial depth indicators in Latin America show stagnant financing.
- What will happen if the cycle crashes? Which country will be damaged most if the price of basic goods falls?
- Obesity. Alarm bells! Latin America is seen as the emerging region most affected by obesity, a trend that will only get worse in the years ahead.
- Who likes public-private projects?
- Latin America's brave new demographics.
- Food hits the high spots: sales from the retail, food and beverage sectors experienced double-digit growth last year, but oil companies suffered, according to Latin Business Chronicle's Multilatinas Index.
- Ocean freight rates on the rise: rates for marine cargo could increase as much as 18 percent in South America's east coast routes in the upcoming months.
- Market-friendly integration.
- Silent revolution.
- The pain in Spain.
- The super buyers.
- The North Eyes South: Models that could change the face of healthcare services in the Americas.
- Small spells strong for US business: after four years of slow economic growth in the United States, small companies there are discovering new opportunities for broadening their commercial markets in Latin America.
- Small-scale diplomacy.
- Steady goes it.
- Chinese gold.
- Turning on the taps: economic trends, government policies and speculation are driving tourism and hospitality investment into Latin America's untapped tourism potential.
- Roaring again: the Latin giant bounces back.
- Time to spend: Latin America has a golden opportunity fit activates the public spending machine and makes it efficient.
- Latin America techs up.
- Public-private partnerships toward a better future.
- Financing the Latin American decade mobilizing capital for the 'Latin American Decade,' was the topic for the Latin Trade BRAVO Council event in Panama on March 15.
- Investment gear.
- The cost imperative.
- The duster walkers: how to liven up a Renault.