The World Economic Forum is the international institution committed to improving the state of the world through public-private cooperation.
The World Economic Forum meets in Mexico at a time when the Latin American economy is at a crossroads. Here is the story in eight charts.
Find out how Latin American nations rank for competitiveness in our Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015.
Find out how Latin American nations rank for gender equality in our Global Gender Gap report 2014.
Moisés Naím says the region's 34 nations are facing the end of three important supercycles that have helped drive economic growth and the alleviation of poverty.
Pedro Sander from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, shares how innovations in computer graphics can help bring images from the virtual world into the real world.
Robotics expert William Whittaker from Carnegie Mellon University, charts the rise of robots from nuclear clean up to underwater rescue and recovery.
06 - 08 May 15