Weekly Business News and Intelligence from Latin America

Win-win

Although small, the UK-Chile trade agreement was strategically important for both countries.

Cu-banned

Addition to US State Sponsors of Terrorism list hurts Cuban investment.

Fan club

Wind and solar takes off in most of Latin America but policy challenges remain.

A tale of two cities

Colombia's commercial real estate has a mixed outlook while residential remains resilient.

Sugar rush

Brazilian sugar producers enjoy a bumper 2020 but will it last?

Digitalise everything

Digitalisation to boost recovery across Latin America.

Flight risk

Regulatory tit-for-tat between Venezuela and Panama.

Dose of good news

Vaccine production in Argentina and Mexico on plan.

Education in isolation

Despite challenges education continues in Peru.

Insights

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...

‘Fossil Fools’ – Mexico makes life harder for renewables

Intelligence report covering the current environment in the renewable sector in Mexico. Download Report

Dig For Victory: Peru needs mining to escape the fallout from COVID-19

Peru’s production of copper, zinc and silver is the second largest in the world and its gold production ranks sixth.

Leadership for Thought: Non-Permanent members lead the Security Council through COVID-19

China held the Presidency of the United Nations Security Council in March this year: COVID-19 was deemed not to be a security...

A Tale of Two Crises: Coronavirus suspends social unrest in Chile

Chile, until recently, was a shining example of economic growth, political stability and declining poverty in the midst of a struggling Latin...

‘Moral-less’ Bolivia stumbles into a new chapter

Intelligence report covering the current political situation in Bolivia, 11th December 2019. Download Report

A Tale of Two Crises: Coronavirus suspends social unrest in Chile

Chile, until recently, was a shining example of economic growth, political stability and declining poverty in the midst of a struggling Latin...

Leadership for Thought: Non-Permanent members lead the Security Council through COVID-19

China held the Presidency of the United Nations Security Council in March this year: COVID-19 was deemed not to be a security...

Dig For Victory: Peru needs mining to escape the fallout from COVID-19

Peru’s production of copper, zinc and silver is the second largest in the world and its gold production ranks sixth.

‘Fossil Fools’ – Mexico makes life harder for renewables

Intelligence report covering the current environment in the renewable sector in Mexico. Download Report

Company News

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...

David Charters joins the Deheza Advisory Board

David Charters, a former diplomat turned investment banker, venture capitalist, author and businessman, has joined Deheza’s Advisory Board, to which he will...