President Sebastián Piñera announced a US$56mn overhaul of state miner Enami's Hernán Videla Lira facility to secure future operations.
While governor Câmara discarded the privatization of water utility Compesa, he emphasized that PPPs and concessions are definitely possible in the sector.
The Brazilian market regulator issued a report in which it calls for the prosecution of 30 executives and eight companies related to the failed merger with Portugal Telecom.
The government announced tax breaks for savings products sold by life and retirement-focused insurers, while the insurers pledged to support several sectors of the economy through higher investments.
NOC Pemex's failure to mention volumes of fuel theft in SEC reports highlights the failure of reporting.
Fiscal challenges will restrict government participation, and as the private sector cannot yet fill the gap, lawmakers must focus this year on forging partnerships and vehicles that will boost investment in 2019.
Junior exploration companies in the mining sector raised US$143mn in equity financing deals aimed at Latin American assets in 4Q18, with projects in Ecuador and Mexico the main targets.
Work is expected to accelerate in 2019 on US$8bn in mining investment projects, while others may add their weight to the companies making outlays.
BNamericas talks to the Americas director of Ireland's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Brian Glynn, about the country's links to the region.
Brazil is one of the largest and most promising telecom markets in the world, but heavy taxes and outdated legislation prevent it from realizing its full potential.
As 2018 draws to a close, we take a look at what made the headlines in the ICT industry this year and what we can expect as outcomes for the next.
From its first foray into concession packages to the debut of an infrastructure fund, authorities in the country are looking at kicking off a long-term plan that would entail tendering US$2.2bn in concessions in 2019.
BNamericas looks at the plans of Brazil's three largest iron ore producers for 2019 and beyond.
Brazil is one of the largest startup markets in the world in terms of the number of companies, but is it enough? How many startups actually succeed? Where does most venture capital come from and where is it mostly applied? And above all, what are the perspectives for this segment in 2019?
The five biggest Peru silver producers look to be on track for a strong 2019 despite lower prices.
Hugo Cruz speaks to BNamericas about an initiative to encourage lending by banks for investment in rooftop photovoltaic systems.