Federal judge Sérgio Moro has guaranteed that investigations into contract irregularities at state-run oil company Petrobras are not coming to an end.
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.
As the region moves toward liberalization and market-based policies, investment prospects brighten, but challenges cannot be ignored.
The monthly inflation rate rose to 57% in November and is on track to exceed 2,000% on an annual basis in 2017. Meanwhile, London-based BMI Research said that Venezuela's macroeconomic crisis would continue to afflict the banking and financial services segments "for the foreseeable future."
We provide an overview of the Melbourne-based mining giant's copper assets in the region, where in addition to mining it continues to explore in existing and new jurisdictions.
Although tender documents to replace a process that was declared void have been posted on government procurement website Compranet, the tender will be formally launched in January.
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.
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...
Although none of Latin America's major economies will see explosive growth in 2018, each has become ...
We read a lot how most telcos in Latin America are under pressure to install the fastest and most re...
The companies that operate in the infrastructure industry eye 2018 with a degree of optimism, motiva...
After the strong adjustment in oil and gas budgets in 2015 and 2016 driven by the decrease in the pr...
At a time when full-fledged privatizations face major obstacles, state governments can use concessions and PPPs to finance new projects, sector expert Rafael Vanzella tells BNamericas.
BNamericas takes a look at the strategy that the third largest cement firm in the world is undertaking to consolidate its presence in Latin America.
Concerns regarding low-cost supply from Australia and Brazil and more modest demand from China are making for mixed outlooks for the three biggest producers.
BNamericas spoke with Javier Rodríguez de Colmenares, head of the Infrastructure & Energy Division at IDB Invest, about the development bank's newly rebranded private investor arm and the outlook for investments in Latin America.
The Finnish multinational is taking advantage of the growth of renewable energy in Latin America to sell its electricity generation components and services.
Five of the region's top 10 silver producers see production decline in Q3, with overall output hit by a blockade at Tahoe Resources' Escobal mine in Guatemala.
KPMG consultant Anderson Dutra spoke to BNamericas about the massive investments by Chinese companies in the country.
The head of Brazil's SCGás shared the distributor's concerns about gas supply after 2020, when Petrobras' contract with Bolivia expires. "Issues of transportation and pipeline capacity still need to be solved," says Cósme Pôlese.