Following is a summary table for Guatemala’s October consumer prices report from the National Statistics Institute in Guatemala City:
Following is a summary table for Guatemala’s September consumer prices report from the National Statistics Institute in Guatemala City:
Guatemala President Otto Perez Molina will send a bill to Congress next month to increase royalties on mining companies to 5 percent, Energy and Mines Minister Erick Archila said.
Guatemala Finance Minister Pavel Centeno ruled out a government seizure of stakes in mining or other natural resource companies as part of a series of proposed constitutional changes.
Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina is sparking a bond rally by pledging to tame drug violence that has pushed the murder rate up 60 percent in the past decade and cut into economic growth.
Internet entrepreneur John McAfee, wanted for questioning in the shooting of an American citizen in Belize, was transferred to a hospital in Guatemala City after being denied political asylum by the government.
Guatemala’s month-old dollar bonds are delivering the best returns in Central America as President Otto Perez Molina takes steps to improve tax collection and cut spending.
Lorenzo Weisman, a banker with global roots and expansive interests whose boutique investment bank, Hill Street Capital LLC, was purchased in 2010 by BNP Paribas SA, has died. He was 67.
Coffee picker Hector Gonzalez says he feels personal pain as he watches leaves stripped off plants from a fungus infecting 70 percent of the crop on the Salvadoran farm where he works.