Paulo Valois, a Brazilian lawyer who specializes in the oil and gas industry, spoke to BNamericas about the recently approved bill that lifts restrictions on private operators in pre-salt areas, which could lead to a "return to a positive business environment."
The Canadian bank is scaling in Mexico, Peru, Colombia and Chile by targeting its unbanked and young populations with digital branches and solutions developed in partnerships with fintechs.
Renan Calheiros, president of the senate and a key ally of President Temer, was indicted for embezzlement of public funds.
Guyana's public communications minister details the process of negotiating the end of the fixed line monopoly in the country and finalizing regulations under the telecoms reform that is aimed at promoting competition and lower broadband prices.
Inflation that is now below the central bank's target and the weak economy has reinforced expectations of a key rate cut in the beginning of 2017.
Construction works for the highway are expected to start during the second half of 2017 and it is estimated to take three years to complete.
TechFaith Wireless has won an enterprise device order for a customer serving the Liquid Petroleum Gas delivery industry in Latin America.
The finance minister also wants to see the Brazilian society engage in a broad debate over the pension reforms that are necessary for the country.
The Guyana government has said it could leverage tax issues to force GT&T's hand in negotiations over ending the fixed line monopoly, while GT&T has said it will request compensation for any modification to its 20-year license.
The 30-year concession involves the operation and maintenance of two metro lines in the capital of Brazil's São Paulo state.
Most outlooks cautiously predict that economies in Latin America and the Caribbean will begin to gra...
Blue Sol was among the first to enter the micro and mini generation market in Brazil. Co-founder Nelson Colaferro Jr. talks to BNamericas about current headwinds, and more.
This week Chile took on the presidency of the Latin American telecoms regulators association Regulatel. Former Regulatel head Colombia, as well as Chile, weigh in on the major challenges in regulating emerging technologies.
The telco that merged with Alestra this year will take part in the country's wholesale 4G shared network project.
Most new oil and gas production in Argentina is coming from tight and shale formations, a trend that will continue over the coming years. BNamericas takes a look at five unconventional projects where investment and output are set to ramp up.
The US$3.5bn Buenavista del Cobre expansion cemented Mexico as Southern's main production base, and future projects in the country have the potential to lift copper output by more than 300,000t/y.
Various investment programs and the increasingly warm welcome given to the private sector through th...
Amid plummeting natural gas revenues, the government of President Evo Morales seeks an Atlantic-Pacific export corridor for the landlocked nation.
Amid plummeting natural gas revenues, the government of President Evo Morales seeks an Atlantic-Pacific export corridor.
Following a decade of strong economic growth during which Latin American banks rapidly expanded lend...