Vol. 23 Nbr. 1, January - January 2015
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- Weakening solidarities.
- 2014 GDP growth projected to have lost steam.
- 2015 GDP growth forecast.
- Catholicism in retreat?
- The lack of will to reform.
- 2015: time to kick the tires again in Latin America.
- The best always get ahead.
- Improved services for a wider audience.
- Deals and mergers flawless strategies.
- Master franchises: from the small business to the holding company: Latin Trade explores the world of Latin American franchises from the perspectives of four companies that together sum up the sector's possibilities.
- Engineers wanted.
- Latin America's construction companies.
- Latin America thinks in green.
- Ports 2.0.
- Region gears up for Americas trade boom.
- The young and the workplace.
- More prevention, less cost.
- International show: a Mexican housing project gains international attention by achieving higher social impact.
- Managing the potential of cities: cities are increasingly important for economic growth, and this is a situation with enormous potential for Latin America, given that it's the most urbanized region in the world.
- Global Latinas in search of a second wind.
- The China challenge.
- The next Asian export challenge.
- Globalization demands: require better intra-regional cooperation: former Chilean President Ricardo Lagos discusses with Latin Trade what the main challenges for Latin America will be this year.
- 10 predictions for Latin America.
- LAC 2015: a reversal of fortunes.