AMERICA ECONOMIA

America Economi­a is Latin America's leading business magazine, founded in 1986 by Elias Selman and Nils Strandberg. Headquartered in Santiago, Chile, it features a region-wide monthly edition and regularly updated articles online, as well as country-specific editions in Chile, Brazil, Ecuador and Mexico.

Cuba

Trump's Cuba Policy Proves Obama Was Right

The Obama administration sought a Cuba policy aimed at helping ordinary Cubans. Trump is keeping ...

Mexico

For Leaders In Mexico, Lessons From India's Rise

India is a nation both eminently democratic and full of poor people. What can Mexicans learn from...

Chile

How Latin America Can Rise From The Sinkhole Of Corruption

Led by Brazil, much of the region is mired in deep corruption scandals. But revelation also shows...

Bolivia

Hydropower, The Clean Motor Of Latin America's Energy Future

-Analysis- LA PAZ — As it stands now, half of Latin America's power is generated by hydroelectricity, an energy source that is also of vital importance worldwide, producing more electricity ...

Colombia

Rivers Have A Memory, Lessons From The Landslide Of Mocoa

A deadly flash flood and landslide in southern Colombia is a brutal reminder that people can'...

Venezuela

Venezuela, Constitutional Dictatorship Or Drug-Gang Regime?

Venezuela's socialist President Nicolás Maduro has brought his country to the lowest s...

Mexico

If Trump Kills NAFTA, "Modern Mexico" May End Up Dead Too

For the ordinary Mexican, the free-trade agreement has been a chance to build a modern country ba...

United States

No Mr. Trump, The Art Of The Deal Won’​t Work For Diplomacy

The new U.S. president might want to think twice about taking a business-world approach to intern...