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Gasoline Prices in the Americas in 2021

A new report on gasoline prices in the Americas has highlighted drops in gas prices in Colombia and Ecuador in the first half of 2021, while Bolivia, Chile, and Venezuela saw little or no change.  Although the rest of the region saw gasoline prices rise, it was only in Argentina, El Salvador, and Panama that …

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Perceptions of Doing Business in Latin America: Cautious Optimism For Future Growth and Opportunities

In June 2020, the Biz Latin Hub team launched a survey asking for information about individuals’ perceptions about doing business in Latin America. We received a range of responses from 75 business owners, executives, government officials and other specialists operating in over 40 countries worldwide. 57.3% of respondents are considering expanding into the region in …

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Why Start a Business in a Free Trade Zone in Latin America?

Why Start a Business in a Free Trade Zone in Latin America?

Business today in Latin America is broadening with investors seeking a chance to start businesses in these regions. However, taking the leap and starting investments in a different country can be a difficult decision regardless of extensive independent research. Realistically, some businesses are successful, and some fail due to the lack of knowledge on whether …

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Venezuelan Immigration – What it means for the Colombian Economy?

The exodus of Venezuelan citizens into neighbouring countries in Latin America has been called one of the worst immigration crises in Latin America, with others groups and associations stating that it is reaching the same scale as that of Syrian. Approximately 7% of the Venezuelan population has already fled their country, with Colombia taking in …

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Possible Options on Venezuela – Part 3 of 3

Editor’s note: As a private citizen, Steve Salisbury has provided observations to United States high-ranking officials of both Republican and Democratic administrations. Salisbury played what could be said was a key role as a de facto precursor “intermediary” between US officials and Colombia’s FARC guerrilla group before the naming of a US presidential special envoy …

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