Brazil scores top marks when it comes to higher education in Latin America, but Chilean universities could be the next big thing in the region.
2017 may be the year of the comeback for Latin America. While individual nations in the region are faring differently, the global economic environment has become much more supportive.
Two new free trade agreements could provide just the economic boost Brazil so badly needs.
In the wake of corruption scandals, Brazil banned corporate donations to electoral campaigns. This is what happened.
To put an end to tropical deforestation and save us from disastrous climate change, we must elect politicians who share the same values. Here's a powerful lesson from Brazil.
It’s time for the Brazilian system to be rebooted – and it has to be done bottom-up.
Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund is investing $3.5bn in Uber, marking the largest single investment ever made in a private company.
Laura Rodrigues, Professor of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, is studying mothers and babies affected by Zika virus in Brazil.
Brazil is battling major economic problems and political turmoil, so why are currency investors so keen on the real?
After decades of rapid economic growth and per capita income gains, Brazil is struggling. No single factor explains this reversal of fortune, four do.
Brazil wants to avoid a third straight year of recession and start growing again in 2017.
The daily briefing “FirstFT” from the Financial Times. This article is published in collaboration with FirstFT. Fears that Brazil is on track for its worst recession since the Depression...
This article is published in collaboration with Thomson Reuters Foundation trust.org Tropical deforestation, a significant driver of climate change, could be cut in half by 2020 if countr...
This article was originally published on The World Bank’s Transport for Development blog. Publication does not imply endorsement of views by the World Economic Forum. It is the end of ano...
This article is published in collaboration with the IMF’s direct blog. Publication does not imply endorsement of views by the World Economic Forum. Growth in Latin America and the Caribbe...