The country's looming elections are beginning to overshadow a reform that is considered key to reducing long-term government debt and spending.
Guatemalan lawmakers are considering raising royalties for precious metals miners, who are already facing major community and legal challenges.
A 50% increase in throughput at the Mexico silver-gold project will deliver higher returns and a sharp rise in byproduct zinc and lead output, according to a new PEA.
Founded under the leftist Kirchner-Fernandez governments, Argentine state-run network operator Arsat has survived the transition to the more business-friendly Macri administration, which appears intent to capitalize on the operator's strengths.
The Chilean company tells BNamericas why it moved from its traditional systems integrator business to one more based on services.
BNamericas talks to satellite operators and airlines about the market's ability to meet growing broadband demand in the sky.
The head of Dell EMC's global channels talks to BNamericas about the outlook for IoT, cloud and data centers in LatAm.
The mining industry must reduce its debt burden to withstand potential price swings, Moody's analyst Barbara Mattos tells BNamericas.
The steel industry is urging the government to do more to ensure its competitiveness, and will go to court to demand its rights, according to a senior sector official.
Numerous mining projects change hands in a string of deals in November, with the focus on smaller, early-stage assets.
Victor Kodja, CEO of local energy trading platform BBCE, spoke to BNamericas about the main expectations for the sector.
Odilon Camargo, head of consultancy Camargo Schubert and wind power developer Nabra Winds, shared details about his new "revolutionary" modular towers and talked about the positive expectations for Brazil's upcoming auctions.
Prices for gold and copper, among other key Latin American mining products, have consolidated over t...