Posts tagged Latin America

OAS Meet to Heed TI Recommendations

on June 9, 2010 by admin in Business, Economy, Latin American Business, News, Trade News, Comments Off

The Organization of American States (OAS) in its 40th General Assembly in Lima is understood to have taken into consideration the recommendations by Transparency International (TI) to improve transparency and accountability in the region. The meet which is attended by… Continue reading

Global Infrastructure Deficit Pegged at $2Trillion Per Annum

on May 24, 2010 by admin in Business, Economy, Global Economy, Latin American Business, News, World Business News, Comments Off

The World Economic Forum’s Positive Infrastructure Report (PIR) finds that world faces a global infrastructure deficit of US$2 trillion per year over the next 20 years. The report analyses the four largest infrastructure markets – Latin America, China, India and… Continue reading

Greece a Lesson for Blocs Aim to Emulate EU

on May 10, 2010 by admin in Articles, Blog, Economics, Latin American Business, Reviews, Trade News, World Business News, Comments Off

Greece crisis must be termed as a discouraging event for blocs from Latin America and the Gulf which are essaying to toe the line of the EU to form unions with single currency and similar governance strategies. Nevertheless, the unpleasant… Continue reading

US-Cuba May Hammer out a Deal Soon Despite Divergences

on April 27, 2010 by admin in Bilateral Trade, Economy, News, Saudi Arabia News, US Business News, World Business, Comments Off

The two events, the legislation passed by the US House of Representatives easing travel and trade restrictions and recent municipal election in Cuba suggest the US will end the 48yr-old embargo against Cuba despite public bickering between top government representatives… Continue reading