Bank supports growth and reform with more than $6 billion in loans
China’s plans to roll out a double-barrel fiscal and monetary stimulus package in the months ahead, in an attempt to stave off a marked slowdown in the world’s second largest economy, could offer a sliver of hope for Latin America’s struggling commodities exporters
As the world economy moves to a ‘new normal’, Latin America must not sit back and relax but instead focus on boosting sustainable growth and eradicating inequality
Well-capitalised and experiencing a slowdown in growth, Latin American banks are not likely to rush to print bonds in either the bank capital market or the funding space this year. But that doesn’t mean people don’t want them to – and the continent’s lenders are finding new fan bases abroad
The man behind the Bric acronym has come up with a new one: Mint. Here Jim O’Neill explains why he has chosen M for Mexico
Potential capital market reforms in Ecuador will open it up to new investment flows to the country
President Putin's actions in Russia could see the economy plunge into recession and jeopardise LatAm growth
Do the costs [related to Free Trade Agreements] actually outweigh the benefits? I think overall yes, they do.
Jayant Menon, trade expert, ADB
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