Articles tagged with: Latin America

07Mar

Commentary: China's rising wages may benefit Latin America

Good news for Latin America: wages in China, Vietnam and other Asian countries are rising faster than expected, leading growing numbers of multinational firms to move their manufacturing plants to Mexico and other countries closer to the U.S. market.

Posted in Manufacturing in Mexico

23Feb

Prospects for Solar in Mexico continue to prosper

Mexico City, Mexico "Most of the world future energy scenarios recently published show excellent prospects for the development of grid-connected solar power in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC).

Posted in Trends

20Feb

Brazil vs Mexico: Battle of giants

The two countries’ mutual histories are stories of relative success and recurrent disappointments. Brazil has the largest economy in Latin America; Mexico has the second-largest. Brazil is fashionable now; Mexico isn’t.

Posted in Nearshoring/Offshoring

24Jan

Latin America: A more self-confident continent faces the world

One telling sign of Latin America’s growing self-confidence is the relish with which Mexico, this year’s G20 president, rounded on the inability of eurozone economic policymakers to get their act together.

Posted in Politic / Economic issues

19Jan

Technology Trends and Business Opportunities in the Latin American PACS Market: Brazil, Argentina and Mexico

NEW YORK, Jan. 19, 2012- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Technology Trends and Business Opportunities in the Latin American PACS Market: Brazil, Argentina and Mexico

Posted in Trends

22Dec

Latin America to See Industrial Growth of 4.4% in 2012

Latin America’s largest economies will experience lower growth than previously forecast in 2011, due largely to a soft patch in Brazilian factories' output, but the region should see moderate growth in 2012, according to the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation.

Posted in Trends