The multilateral introduces international certification for green loans, a first in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Most of the technologies that could be implemented in Latin America in the short term are those operating inside the warehouse, where regulation is less of an obstacle.
Sovos, a provider of tax compliance and business-to-government reporting software, sees huge potential for further growth in a region where it already has a large presence.
On Monday the country's environmental evaluation service will give its verdict on the environmental impact declaration of the project to extend line No. 2 of Santiago metro by 5.1km to San Bernado.
The incoming government will put the decision on the future of the new international airport serving Mexico City in the hands of the Mexican people after audits are completed, possibly in late October.
The US$5.3bn Peru copper mine's location and expected government support will help the company connect with local communities, an analyst told BNamericas.
Corporates may cut back on unnecessary data collection, easing costs, processes and facilitating compliance with the laws, says Gartner.
Colombia's state oil company has revised down its full-year investment guidance, citing improved capital discipline and a decision to leave some projects "for a later date".