GIC Pte, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, is buying stakes in Brazilian companies in a sign of confidence the world’s second-largest emerging market will overcome slower growth.
Christian Binaghi, Deutsche Bank AG’s head of Latin America trading, has left the firm.
Bank of America Corp., the second- biggest U.S. bank by assets, named Rodrigo Xavier chief executive officer for the firm’s Brazil operations.
Ecopetrol SA is in talks with Colombian officials to drill pilot wells at shale oil deposits and is considering vying for offshore blocks in a July auction, according to Deputy Energy Minister Orlando Cabrales.
Brazil plans to build an aircraft carrier with a foreign partner as part of an effort to enhance its military readiness, Defense Minister Celso Amorim told reporters today.
Michelle Bachelet swore in as president of Chile today, three months after winning a landslide election victory on pledges to provide free education for all.
Petroleo Brasileiro SA sold $8.5 billion of bonds yesterday, cementing its position as Latin America’s biggest debt issuer.
If you need a genuine Kalashnikov rifle, Sergey Chemezov is your man. He’d also be happy to sell you a dual-screen smartphone, neonatal incubators, heavy-duty trucks or a few tons of titanium.
El Salvador Vice President Salvador Sanchez Ceren held a lead of 6,634 votes as the country’s election chief said the presidential runoff was too close to call and the opposition claimed fraud.
Mexico gunned down a top drug cartel leader three years after he had been reported killed by the previous administration, the government said.
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