The government hopes to award a raft of public-private partnership infrastructure concessions through 2021, as it backs reforms to help speed up investment projects.
Economies of Latin America and the Caribbean will grow 1.7% in 2019, in an international scenario marked by greater uncertainty, says the UN's regional economic commission.
A Buenos Aires federal court confirmed the indictment of the former president on charges related to the so-called notebook corruption scandal, and asked for her parliamentary immunity to be lifted.
A roundup of news from the Chilean banking sector.
Santander Chile had announced this year it was ending its contract with Transbank, a bank-owned firm that dominates the payment-acquisition segment.
The construction firm signed a syndicated loan contract with nine banks, which will allow the firm to continue key infra projects.
The Mexican president's remarks come amidst news that a majority of the bondholders who invested in the project have accepted an offer by the new government to buy back up to US$1.8bn of the bonds.
The monetary policy board increased the benchmark rate 25 basis points, mirroring the US Federal Reserve hike from a day before, citing a deteriorating balance of risks to inflation and an atmosphere of high uncertainty.