In what is being viewed as a landmark settlement, Atlanta-based Ralls Corp has won the right to sell four wind farms to a buyer of its choosing, a departure from the original terms of disposal ordered by US president, Barack Obama.
The US software and IT services sector has seen a drop in crossborder investment.
Brazil-destined FDI projects dropped by 36.9% between 2011 and 2014, while investment capital during the same period fell by 63.3%.
Peru's economy – for so long one of the leading lights in Latin America – has slowed a little of late amid political uncertainty and a decline in demand from China. However, its prospects are still strong and a further embracing of public-private partnerships is proving to be a real cause for enthusiasm.
Peru’s minister of economy and finance tells Jason Mitchell that treacherous weather systems and China’s shrinking demand for commodities will not stop the country’s return to growth.
A new government for Guyana – the first in 23 years – promises little in the way of change, say observers, with the country's reliance on mining and agriculture unlikely to be broken.
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The public-private partnership model has proved its financial viability in the construction of hospitals in Peru, paving the way for a greater role in healthcare infrastructure and even tourism.
Undeterred by a recent rating downgrade, Bahamas prime minister Perry Christie tells Courtney Fingar about forthcoming projects and how his government is fighting unemployment.
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