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Magazine articles on conducting business in Latin American countries.
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November 24, 2003
Ian Katz
A Central Banker Winning Kudos Brazil's Henrique Meirelles talks about interest rates, free trade, and the currency. mark for My Articles 171 similar articles
U.S. Banker
November 2003
Karen Krebsbach
The New Mexican Revolution. This One's in Banking. Mexico's banking sector has been in reform mode for more than two decades, but surging competition for the $13 billion remittance market, and promising consumer demographics, will bring banking to millions more Mexicans and continue to reshape the landscape. mark for My Articles 448 similar articles
Bank Systems & Technology
November 4, 2003
Vicki Gerson
BankBoston Argentina Upgrades Reporting Software With more than 700,000 clients, bank needs new tech to manage volumes of data. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Knowledge@Wharton Chile: A Beacon of Prosperity in a Turbulent Region Chile has chugged along. At a time of global frailties, its economy is healthier today than it has been over the past five years. What is behind Chile's success and can it be sustained? mark for My Articles 137 similar articles
IDB America
October 2003
Alexandra Russell-Bitting
The truth about jobs A new IDB report debunks myths about labor, unemployment and unions in Latin America. mark for My Articles 144 similar articles
IDB America
October 2003
Alexandra Russell-Bitting
No jobs? Don't blame the neoliberals An IDB labor expert takes a hard look at the link between jobs and economic reform. mark for My Articles 120 similar articles
November 3, 2003
Joshua Goodman
Argentina: Playing Hardball With Creditors Bondholders meet with Argentine officials in New York and six other cities in the U.S., Europe, and Japan this week. The talks will revolve around Argentina's call for a draconian 75% reduction in the principal of $87 billion in defaulted bonds. Nobody expects a breakthrough. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
October 27, 2003
Cooper & Madigan
Mexico: Feeble Growth Calls For Heftier Reforms Mexico has not yet benefited from the U.S. growth spurt, and the weak pace emphasizes the need for reforms in labor laws, energy, and taxes. mark for My Articles 446 similar articles
October 20, 2003
Behind Brazil's New Assertiveness Foreign Minister Celso Amorim explains the rationale for its much tougher positions on world and regional trade mark for My Articles 147 similar articles
IDB America
September 2003
Roger Hamilton
Laws and nature Local governments and citizens in Honduras act to protect the fragile environment on which their economy rests mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
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