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South America’s powerhouse spreads faith in growth

Latin America’s development strategy is focused on increasing public and private investment to boost its international competitiveness, as Joe McGrath reports


Latin giants set to surprise doubters

As the world is gripped by economic crisis, Latin America could be a long-term haven for investors who can benefit from favourable exchange rates, writes Joe McGrath


Mastering rules, regulations and taxes will pay off

Red tape and taxes could be discouraging, but as Charles Orton-Jones discovers, these are obstacles which can be overcome


Big four lead Latin American economic surge

Latin America’s transformation over the past ten years is well documented, but four major economies in particular have had a significant influence on the rapid growth in the region. Brazil, Mexico, Colombia and Chile have been responsible for the bulk, but the reasons why each country has achieved success, while related are not identical, writes Joe McGrath


Bonanza could fuel future

Large oil and gas reserves could ensure prosperity and South America’s place at the top table of global producers, writes Rob Langston


Racing to turn darker shade of green

South America has an impressive track record in the race to secure sustainable green energy supplies and, as Clare Gascoigne discovers, is striving to stay out in front


Investors building on housing boom

Despite recent caution in the market, demand for housing remains strong in South America and, as Elizabeth Pfeuti reports, there are profits to be made


Carnival welcome awaits Olympics and World Cup

Soccer’s 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics will draw people to Brazil where a sunny, laid-back lifestyle should appeal to many, writes Ana Santi

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