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Doctors of Hospital Obrero in La Paz, Bolivia continue protests following five days of stoppage as a response to the government’s continued neglect to address the needs of medical professionals concerning malpractice, free affiliation, and other details of the national health care system.

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According to a recent report from the Center for Economic and Social Research (CIES) of the Honduran Council of Private Enterprise (Cohep), that measured the levels of the wage load in Central America, Honduras has the second best salaries in the region.

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The economic slowdown in several Latin American countries, including Chile, and the threat of online commerce are putting pressure on large retail companies.

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The bill that permits the privatization of Eletrobras is more than a mere exchange of power and management.

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The proposed privatization of the Anhembi Complex located in the north of São Paulo is currently being discussed amongst Brazilian politicians and businesspersons.

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Costa Rican companies are increasingly utilizing digital technologies to help customers, a recent study by Deloitte showed.

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The analysis of productivity discrepancies between Colombia and South Korea indicates potential gaps in achievements in Latin America when compared to Asia.

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Google launched its pay-as-you-go system, Android Pay, in Brazil, the first Latin American country to receive it. The App is now available for download from the Play Store.

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The Coca Cola Company announced it would cancel investment plans worth 1 billion US dollars in response to the increasing soda tax proposed by Argentina’s government.

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The 2013 energy reform in Mexico aimed to “make the production of crude oil, gasoline, and oil profitable.” Pemex Industrial Transformation has registered a net loss of nearly USD3,270,500,000 since the reform.

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