Weekly Business News and Intelligence from Latin America

Law and order

Civil society demands action to protect social leaders and human rights activists in Colombia.


Decentralised financial services and products resonate with Mexicans.

Hydrogen economy

Mexican industry and government begin to think about hydrogen.

Gateway or destination?

Airports consider their business model as a gateway and destination.

Bumper crop

Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina seek to grow soya exports.

Service restrictions

High-end restaurants trying everything to remain in business.

Digital innovation or survival?

The pandemic has forced LatAm boardrooms to embrace digital innovation.

Vacuna VIP

Privileged few secretly given COVID vaccine in Argentina.

B Movement

Marrying profit with purpose or just good marketing?


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

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...

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 contribute and...