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Cuba: New President Must Juggle Party And State

Miguel Diaz-Canel, the newly elected President of Cuba has a full economic and political agenda, but only some of it is under his control. Some—including the overall business environment—remains under the control of Raul Castro, the country’s former president and ...

Emerging & Frontier Markets

Cuba’s Cautious Capitalism

The rigors of Cuba’s business environment make foreign direct investment a very long-term bet.


Caribbean: Stormy Recovery Path

The 2017 hurricane season hit the Caribbean hard, leaving a trail of destruction and death—sometimes wiping out whole settlements. It also sparked fresh doubts that turquoise waters and sandy beaches will draw enough tourists or the investment and spending that goes with a robust tourism industry.

Emerging & Frontier Markets

Latin America: Back on Track

Good news from Latin America: With Brazil and Argentina coming out of the 2015-2016 recession, the region has returned to expansion mode and is expected to gain economic strength this year and next. The return of capital inflows and an apparent change in foreign direct investment (FDI) are the most evident signs that investors’ views of South and Central America have tilted more to the positive of late. The region is back on track.


Global Finance Announces The Best Banks In Latin America 2018

A full report on the selections will appear in the May issue of Global Finance, with winners chosen in nearly 150 countries across Africa, Asia-Pacific, Central & Eastern Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, North America and Western Europe. The ...