LATIN AMERICAN NEWS

Walking skulls, giant jaguars, inverted pyramids, dragons, gods, and monsters will be part of Maya and the Three, the new Netflix animated series by Mexican filmmaker Jorge R. Gutiérrez. The director of The Book of Life presented a preview of this production, which he made together with the character designer and his wife, Sandra Eqihua, at the...

In the midst of the pandemic, Mexico lost two positions in the World Competitiveness Ranking 2021 prepared by the Swiss institute IMD, going from 53 to 55, from a list of 64 countries. Mexico thus accumulates a drop of five places from 2019 to this year.

Cigarette consumption causes 960 deaths per day in eight Latin American countries, in addition to the millions of dollars in costs associated with the care of smoking-related diseases, according to a study. The research, led by the Institute of Clinical and Health Effectiveness (IECS), in Buenos Aires, in collaboration with research centers,...

HBO Max will launch in Mexico sometime in June to compete against Netflix and Disney+ for the streaming market. Now the company revealed that it is already working on original productions that will be exclusive and will be part of the Max Originals brand. The company plans to develop more than 100 local contents, of which 33 are already in...

Argentina has the best level of English in Latin America, followed by Chile, which is positioned at a medium level, and Peru at a low level, while Mexico and Colombia are at the bottom. This was made known by the learning platform Políglota, on the occasion of World English Language Day, which is celebrated this April 23, and whose objective...

The bitter pill that the pandemic has meant for the Latin American economy is now being borne by the region's wine producers, most of whose exports have been reduced by the border closures, thanks to the increase in domestic sales to consumers who, in the midst of the quarantine, have rediscovered the pleasure of local flavors.

Cities are becoming more and more crowded. According to MacroTrends, to date, São Paulo and Mexico City are Latin American cities with the largest number of inhabitants. Brazil's financial center has a population of 22.24 million inhabitants, while the Mexican capital is home to 21.92 million people.

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...

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.