Argentina’s State-Owned Companies Could Be Offered at a Knocked-Down Price

Alberto Ramos, Goldman Sachs’ head of macroeconomic research for Latin America, tells Bloomberg Línea that question marks will remain over policy volatility over the next two decades

Guyana: An Economic Miracle or a Short-Term Mirage In Latin America?

The South American country’s economy is expected to see the region’s fastest growth following the discovery of huge oil reserves, but which presents a huge challenge for its government

How Whirlpool Turned Around Falling Demand In Brazil

In an interview with Bloomberg Línea, the appliance manufacturer’s vice president for Brazil, Gustavo Ambar, talks about the new trends that have impacted its strategy in the country

Microsoft Already Seeing ROI from Software Development With AI, Brazil CEO Says

The software giant’s CEO in Brazil Tânia Cosentino tells Bloomberg Línea that the development of artificial intelligence is already bringing return on investment and highlights Copilot’s potential for commercial clients

How Noncommunicable Diseases Are Redrawing Latin America’s Healthcare Map

The head of Roche Pharma for the region tells Bloomberg Línea that the adaptation of health systems to non-contagious diseases offers a strategic opportunity