The price of shares in Brazil's flagship water utility Sabesp has regained some ground this year. But will circumstances conspire to dent investor confidence again?
As a mining jurisdiction, Guatemala shows similarities to Peru 30 years ago, with opposition and NGO activity a key challenge. The Central American country can learn a lot from Peru, Tahoe Resources CEO Alex Black tells BNamericas.
The company appointed a new chairman after Julio Ponce Lerou decided to step down after serving in the post since 1987.
A stronger dollar and a drop in imports help industry narrow trade gap in the first quarter.
Attorney general Luisa Ortega said the people arrested so far this year have been accused of smuggling or hoarding basic goods.
A roundup of the latest news from junior miners operating in Latin America.