Latin Trade’s Financial Strength Index 2Q 2023
It’s been over a year since Mexican mining giant Grupo México has been the strongest Latin American company, financially speaking, as it completed its sixth quarter on top of Latin Trade’s Financial Strength Index, for the second quarter of 2023. The index uses the companies’ leverage, liquidity, turnover and quarterly...
Is Argentina Poised for a Turnaround? A column by Jerry Haar.
During the Battle of Britain in the summer of 1940, the aerial conflict between the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the German Luftwaffe, reached its apex and resulted in a defensive victory for England. Praising the RAF, Prime Minister Winston Churchill proclaimed: “Never in the field of human conflict was so...
The most profitable companies in Latin America
The Latin Trade Profitability Drivers Index 2Q 2023 Over 180 listed companies in Latin America with more than $300 million in revenues made it to the Latin Trade’s Profitability Drivers Index for the second quarter of 2023. Brazilian Oil & Gas Comgás takes the first spot as the most profitable...
Top 20 Latin American Logistics Companies 1Q 2023
Chilean Latam Airlines continues to be the most profitable logistics company in Latin America by revenues, with an impressive threefold increase in profits from the same quarter the previous year, and a 44% increase in its revenues over the same period, according to the latest Latin Trade Top 20 Latin...
Decisions needed in a post-multilateral globe: a column by Ingo Plöger.
The reality of international relations has changed profoundly, meaning that in the imagination of world leaders the geopolitical framework has changed once and for all, making other decisions necessary, for the main purpose of containing risk, and then in the search for better alternatives. The international scenario is moving quickly...