Dutch-Latin Trade Boom
The Netherlands has replaced Germany as Latin America’s largest EU market. Chile is losing out in EU trade.
Latin America Helps Barcelo
Spanish hotel group Barcelo sees volatile results in Latin America this year, but expects better times next year.
G4S Secures Latin America Growth
Security giant G4S is seeing double-digit growth in Latin America despite the economic slowdown. Argentina is the star performer.
SAP: Latin Record
Latin America remains SAP's best-performing region worldwide after growing by double-digits last year.
Latin Model for SAP?
SAP's SME business is growing strongly in Latin America. It's doing so well that it may serve as a model for SAP worldwide.
German-Latin Trade Grows
Germany's trade with Latin America is setting new records, led by strong growth with Brazil and Argentina.
Spain and US: Latin Partners?
The United States should explore broader cooperation with Spain in Latin America, where their companies face similar challenges.
SAP Boosts Latin Revenues
SAP boosts revenues and market share in Latin America, which again is the fastest-growing region for the software giant.
Not Just Airport Food...
Spain-based Áreas has successfully built up a major pan-regional chain of restaurants at airports in Latin America.
EU Trade With Latin America Sets New Record
Chile replaces Mexico as the second-largest Latin American exporter to the European Union, while Italy replaces the Netherlands as the third-largest EU partner for Latin America.
DHL: Booming Latin Business
DHL, the market leader in express cargo in Latin America, boosts its revenues and expects further growth this year.
Central America's Vienna Victory
The EU still has to wait for the big prize - a free trade agreement with Mercosur, but in the interim Central America and parts of the Andean Community are ready.
EU-Latin Trade Up
The European Union posted strong trade growth with Latin America last year, led by Venezuela and Mexico. But future EU relations with the region will depend on expanding free trade agreements.
Rösler: A Failed Partnership
The EU-Latin American strategic partnership is one that once again failed to materialize, thanks to divisions in Latin America and a lack of interest from the EU.
Latin America: Prospects for German Business
German companies already in Latin America will expand their activities in the region, but new ones are deterred by various challenges in countries like Brazil and Venezuela, argues Peter Rösler.
German-Latin Business Outlook
A speedy conclusion of an E.U.-Mercosur free trade agreement can help Germany maintain its strategic position in Latin America. So can local reforms aimed at improving infrastructure and security and reducing bureaucracy and corruption.