Take a Look at the Top 20 Logistics Companies 3Q 2023
Explore the ranking to gauge the financial details of the top 20 logistics companies by revenue across Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico. Don’t miss the comprehensive insights, besides revenues, the financial data covers profits, total assets and Ebitda. Invest wisely and thrive. To acquire the full Index, please click the...
WTCA PRIME OFFICE INDEX LATAM DECEMBER 2023
Latin Trade and the World Trade Centers Association have once again collaborated to produce an insightful report on the leasing and sales trends of premium office space in Latin America. Drawing on the input of 18 regional experts surveyed biannually, this seventh edition report offers a comprehensive analysis of the...
Latin Trade unveils the Financial Strength Index 3Q 2023!
Explore the index to gauge the financial prowess of companies with revenues over US$500 million across Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru. Diverse sectors, including oil & gas, mining, agriculture, retail, and electricity, shine in the top 50 spots. Don’t miss the comprehensive insights – dive into the financial...
Sales growth slowing down: Multilatina Ranking 3Q23
During the third quarter of 2023, sales of major firms listed in the Multilatina Ranking show signs of slowing down. The count of companies that achieved sales exceeding $500 million and exhibited over 30% growth decreased to 16, down from 22 in the previous quarter. Notably, growth champions are primarily...
The most profitable companies in Latin America
The Latin Trade Profitability Drivers Index 1Q 2023 Over 180 listed companies in Latin America with more than $300 million in revenues made it to the Latin Trade’s Profitability Drivers Index for the first quarter of 2023. The Mexican Personal Care subsidiary of Kimberly Clark takes the first spot as...
No love for the Left: a column by John Price
One of the most impactful changes brought by higher US interest rates is the dwindling investor tolerance for leftist policies or bad governance in Latin America. With U.S. treasuries paying 5%, why would anyone bet on Latin American leadership that makes an enemy of capitalism? The contrasting sentiments shown for...