- Latin America talks of boosting pork production, exports @CorferiasBogota
- U.S. State Department official outlines situation in Venezuela
- Mauro Libi Crestani's Casa Hogar Foundation celebrates ninth year in Venezuela
- Franchise Whales hopes to seed the economy by helping others
U.S. State Department official outlines situation in Venezuela
The U.S. State Department held a special briefing on the growing unrest in Venezuela recently. The briefing, led by State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert, involved a conversation call with Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Deputy Assistant Secretary Michael Fitzpatrick, a State Department release said.
Franchise Whales hopes to seed the economy by helping others
Two business experts with more than 35 years of experience in franchising between them have partnered together to launch a franchise incubator to help new, emerging and existing franchises strengthen various areas of their businesses.
One man claims his PSA levels were reduced after using New Colombia Resources Inc.'s Sannabis product, the company recently reported.
Grupo Exito says it is proud to contribute to the development of Colombia, according to a press release on the company's website.
Codelco CEO Nelson Pizarro has called for his company to focus on finance goals while raising standards of company transparency.
BCP (Banco de Credito del Peru) banking offers tips on its Sala de Prensa website site for how to choose the right master's degree program.
General Tire has officially launched a new tire, the Altimax XP7, for the Andean region, according to a press release from Continental Tire.
Several researchers from AIR Worldwide recently presented papers at the 13th America’s Conference on Wind Engineering (ACWE), according to a post on the company's website.
El Salvador-based Asesuisa, the largest insurer in El Salvador, recently hosted a conversation with stakeholders on its Strategic Direction and Vision of Trends and Risk Management (GTR) vision.
Colombia-based Grupo Exito, the largest South American retail company, said it is promoting a social inclusion program by acquiring locally grown organic and mineralized lettuce planted by street people for it stores in Medellin.
Endo International plc announced that they are selling Grupo-Farmacéutico SOMAR to Advent International for the purchase price of $124 million.