Vol. 21 Nbr. 4, July 2013
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- Latin America, a two-speed region.
- In need of more tax reforms.
- Latin America to double its capital stock.
- Oh, Canada?
- Strong medicine.
- Great expectations: the Pacific Alliance has captured the hearts of many Latin Americans who expect the integration agreement to drive economic growth.
- The rise of the holding company: who the are, how they're arisen and why they're important to regional growth.
- The agony of Pescanova.
- Europe for sale: the crisis buffeting the Old Continent opens doors for a new landing of Latin American companies in the region.
- Cover yourself: as big Latin American firms cross borders, choosing the right insurance is a big deal.
- Ports: the pending tasks: improving the productivity of ports is a necessity in Latin America, but it seems for more important to enhance efficiency in the whole logistics chain, from the producer to the final consumer.
- Nostalgia productivity and economic growth.
- Pact for Mexico: a prosthetic for reform paralysis? The strengths and weakness of a "gentlemen's agreement" to reform a nation.
- Pemex on the move.
- Mexico's trade platform: has it delivered? Mexico, a manufacturing powerhouse has the challenge to diversify its export markets.
- The man at the helm.
- A needed structural reform.
- Alfa's Norte: the Mexican conglomerate is readying itself to profit from the energy revolution in North America.
- Selling the USA: companies in Latin America see a smoother visa process as crucial to growing U.S.-bound travel.
- Opportunities for SMEs in Latin America.
- Trade Americas Expo: Miami.
- CFOs face the challenge of Mexico's moment.
- Highways: a community for converse: an audacious publicity campaign in Mexico and Brazil.