Topic : Latin America

  • Container ship departs Burrard Inlet in Vancouver Forum Article

    Shipping lessons for India from Latin America

    India has an extensive coastline of 5,400 km and navigable inland waterways of 4,320 km. However… more

  • Nurses carry a patient at a public hospital in Recife City Forum Article

    How Brazil can make healthcare more efficient

    “We need to encourage people to work together, starting from the youngest members of the sector… more

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    How to improve education for ethnic minority women

    We often think that all women are in some way subjected to gender-based discrimination… more

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    How a road boosted gender equality in Argentina

    If someone asked you what can boost gender equality in rural and indigenous communities in Latin… more

  • Employees work on the assembly line at the Renault plant in Sao Jose dos Pinhais Forum Article

    Why Brazil should embrace global value chains

    International trade has undergone a radical transformation in the past decades as production processes… more

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    The economic links between China and Latin America

    China is still a distant and exotic country in the mind of many people in Latin America. Yet, with the… more

  • Employees work on the assembly line at the Renault plant in Sao Jose dos Pinhais Forum Article

    How to boost manufacturing in Latin America

    Production processes have grown increasingly fragmented worldwide. Building entire supply chains in a… more

  • Brooms placed by members of Rio de Paz non-governmental organization are seen at the national congress as a form of protest in Brasilia Global Agenda Councils Article

    Latin America’s challenges for 2015

    Corruption has long been regarded as a significant problem for Latin America – perhaps the most… more

  • Men fish next to cracked ground as the Atibainha dam lake dries up due to a prolonged drought in Nazare Paulista Forum Article

    Tackling climate change in Latin America

    Latin America may have weathered the global economic slowdown, but for many, the potential impact of… more

  • An aerial view of Mexico city at night from an airplane Forum Article

    How energy reforms will help Mexico grow

    Mexico is poised to become Latin America’s economic star in the coming decade. The government’s… more

  • A woman walks on Havana’s seafront boulevard ‘El Malecon’ Forum Article

    Top 10 most gender equal countries in Latin America and the Caribbean

    Nicaragua heads the regional rankings and is the only country from the Latin America and the Caribbean… more

  • People walk around the Congress in Brasilia Forum Article

    Why Brazil’s central bank needs reform

    International investors are watching closely as Brazilians prepare to vote in the second round of… more

  • Ndeye Astou Fall, 22, works at a call centre in Senegal’s capital Dakar Forum Article

    Can services drive developing country growth?

    The global discussion about growth in the developing world has taken a sharp turn recently. The hype and… more

  • A “made In U.S.A.” tag is pictured inside a canvas bag in San Diego, California Forum Article

    Could trade unite the USA and Latin America?

    Many foreign-policy analysts view the United States’ relationship with Latin America as one of… more

  • A fisherman waits for a catch in front of the beach of Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro Forum Video

    Top 10 most competitive economies in Latin America and the Caribbean

    According to the latest World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report, in order to keep up the… more

  • Man looks at the Pudong financial district of Shanghai Forum Gallery

    Global competitiveness in 11 graphics

    The Global Competitiveness Report 2014-15 assesses the competitiveness of 144 economies based on 12… more

  • A sister of the Franciscan order plays with children in Lambare city, near Asuncion Social Entrepreneurs Article

    The app changing the way we look at poverty

    If we’re aiming to not simply alleviate poverty but eliminate it altogether, we need to understand its… more

  • A boy draped with a Brazilian flag and a girl from Uruguay watch a soccer match between children from Chile and Uruguay during the “Street Soccer World Cup” in Sao Paulo Forum Article

    4 ways to boost Brazil’s growth

    After years of impressive growth, Brazil’s economic prospects appear increasingly dim. Since the World… more