Weekly Business News and Intelligence from Latin America

Taxing times

Violent protests lead to withdrawal of fiscal reforms in Colombia.

Borrowed time

CABEI approves loan for El Salvador, but is it the right option?

Gas price fix

Mexican competition watchdog investigates gas market price manipulation.

Reinventing universities

The future of university infrastructure and real estate in Latin America.

New hope for Dominga

Environmental tribunal reverses decision on copper project in Chile.

Tracking space junk

LeoLabs' Costa Rica Space Radar unveiled to track small objects.

Vaccine IP

Argentina could benefit from release of COVID patents, but is it too late?

Fitness gains

Fitness apps boom in Latin America but will they persist?


Extended reports on critical issues facing Latin America

Más MAS: Bolivia votes to bring MAS back to power

Media outlets around the world have heralded the victory of Luis Arce and the Movimiento al Socialismo–Instrumento Político...

Company News

Elizabeth Deheza speaks about the EU-UK-LAC relationship

On 8th Match, our CEO, Elizabeth Deheza, spoke on the EU and UK's relationship with Latin America at the "Europe Future Neighbourhood: Disruptions, recalibration...

Deheza launches Tidings: a Latin American intelligence service

Deheza, the leading strategic intelligence firm focused on Latin America, is pleased to announce the launch of Tidings, a content platform offering inimitable, source-led...

Deheza publishes “Fossil Fools – Mexico makes life harder for renewables.”

We are delighted to release our latest Intelligence Brief: “Fossil Fools – Mexico makes life harder for renewables.” With the renewables sector in Mexico...