The K@W Network:
Brazilians have high hopes for their new president to rid the country of corruption and violence — and in doing so, boost the economy.
A handful of executive orders by President Donald Trump could soon set back the clock to the days when hardline opposition to ties with Cuba’s communist regime was the norm[…]
Would a traffic tax solve congestion problems in cities? Not necessarily, according to recent Wharton research.
If the Trump administration restricts trade with Mexico, experts predict the country could retaliate by preventing U.S. firms from investing in its growing energy sector.
Lack of access to clean drinking water is linked to 80% of global illness. Philip Wilson is tackling the issue with his company, Ecofiltro.
Trump's policies could boost the market by at least 10% or trigger a disastrous trade war. Wharton experts analyze his economic plan.
Protectionist trade policies in the U.S. could impact the automotive sector on both sides of the border, with implications for companies and consumers, experts say.
Latin America’s major nations are hoping that this will be the year that they finally recover from the lingering impact of weak commodity prices.
Many hope the Brazilian government’s new spending caps will revive investor confidence. But is the plan too extreme for the country's ailing economy?
From corn to petroleum, the oversupply in global commodities has been making investors nervous about economies in Latin America that depend heavily on them.
A debt boom in emerging markets, produced largely in the private sector, has analysts worried that a bubble is on the horizon.