One year after taking over as Vale CEO, Fabio Schvartsman remains committed to make the world's largest iron ore producer a more predictable company, controlling everything other than prices.
While Latin American governments continue to ask operators to increase coverage of telecoms networks to underserved areas, they are still not prepared to lower taxes, the cost of spectrum or improve the efficiency of universal services funds. These issues remain pending.
BNamericas talks to experts about the tension between the different mandates and monetary policies at the region's main central banks.
Tropical storm Bud will not impact Mexico's fragile fuel supplies according to Pemex's first storm watch communique of the 2018 hurricane season.
The company was licensed this year as a telecom services reseller and signed in May a contract with Altán Redes to use their network.
Though broadband access is still only at 40% and 3G is not available, Cuba's government is digitizing public institutions.
New technology, practices and data analysis techniques are greatly improving effectiveness in mining exploration, Raziel Zisman, a director at PDAC and executive at Colombia-focused Alicanto Mining, tells BNamericas.
Increased competition and global trends have had a significant impact on fixed assets in Mexico's energy sector. Asset management consultant Mauro Hoyer gives a bird's eye view of an evolving sector.
BNamericas takes a look at the recently inaugurated facility that will serve to increase water supply in Baja California's famed port city.
Goldcorp sees cash costs plummet at its Peñasquito mine, with rises reported at other major Mexican gold operations.
Wind power is booming in many parts of the region. Read this report to understand what's behind this...
Marcelo Awad, executive director of Wealth Minerals, spoke with BNamericas about the lithium market in light of the acquisition of Chinese firm Tianqi's interest in SQM and some of the biggest challenges for the mining industry in Chile.
Argentina's recent turn to the IMF for a credit line has cast doubts about the country's ability to ...
Microinsurance is seen as a growth market, and one that can be tapped efficiently by leveraging mobile technology. To find out more, BNamericas spoke to micro insurer BIMA's manager for Latin America, Benito Hernandez.
In an interview with BNamericas, the founding partner of law firm Alfaro-Abogados discusses the case of Chubut, a province which has a ban on open pit mining.
The Chilean airport and port logistics group has begun new concessions and to see the results of previously started projects although the recent mergers in the shipping industry will negatively affect this year's results.
The European Union's far-reaching and extraterritorial General Data Protection Regulation was fully implemented last month after a two-year grace period. BNamericas takes a look at its scope and its implications for Latin America.
Project Fenix, which combines remaining resources from McEwen Mining's El Gallo gold mine with the El Gallo Silver project and other deposits on the company's Mexican concessions, is set to generate cash flow until 2031.
The internet and emerging technologies like 5G, AI and virtual reality will form an integral part of public or private organizations in the future, Intel Canada country manager Denis Gaudreault tells BNamericas.