World steel production registered a 0.9 percent drop in 2020, with 1,864 million tons, compared to 2019, while in Mexico steel production decreased 8.3 percent, informed the international steel association Worlsteel. Mexico ranked 15th in world steel production last year with 16.9 million tons, 8.3 percent less compared to the same period of the...
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Uploading and downloading files at a higher speed, enjoying streaming services without interruptions, as well a massive connection of devices are some of the benefits of the fifth-generation (5G) network, which represents a gradual challenge of connection and disconnection of 2G and 3G networks for Mexico.
The 24 main sources of deforestation in the world caused the loss of an area equivalent to the size of Paraguay in less than a decade, according to a WWF report, which highlights that these fronts are especially concentrated in Latin America.
Of all Latin American countries, Mexico has the lowest level of compliance with international anti-money laundering standards. This was made known by the Financial Action Task Force on Latin America (GAFILAT), warning that according to the last review of the fourth round of mutual evaluations, in a complete manner, Mexico only complies with five of...
Ripio, one of the main Argentinean companies in the Blockchain industry, announced the acquisition of Bitcoin Trade, the second-largest exchange in Brazil. The operation aims to strengthen its presence in that country and expand its products throughout Latin America.
Disney+ is introducing the first local productions, original and exclusive of the platform, entirely produced in the region, with an exclusive premiere in Disney+ between the date when the platform launched in Latin America (last November 17) and the course of 2021.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), in its report on the impact of covid-19 on Latin American and Caribbean foreign trade, investment, and integration, found that the outlook is in fact less gloomy.
During his second government report, the mayor of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Adrian de la Garza, announced that the tallest building in Latin America will be built in Monterrey, and will be located in Constitución Avenue.
Visa Everywhere Initiative and Finnovista are looking for Latin American and Caribbean startups that, through their financial technology solutions (fintech), will help reactivate local economies. 99% of the companies in the region are SMEs and account for 61% of formal employment.
Mercado Libre, Argentina's e-commerce company, became the most valuable firm in Latin America after overtaking Brazilian mining company Vale, according to the latest report by consulting firm Economatica.