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Articles from Latin Trade (March 1, 2013)

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A thirsty continent? Some Latin American countries, though not all, have managed water supplies efficiently, though once-abundant resources could be in short supply. Bustos, Elida 603
A trade pact left out in the cold: as the United States and the European Union get ready to launch an ambitious trade deal, Mercosur should reconsider its goals and strategies. Haskel, David 586
Cloning the Etsy model: copies of e-commerce business schemes that have worked elsewhere in the world are gaining traction in Latin America. Newbery, Charles 1056
Colombia's bitter harvest: inefficiencies, low international prices, bad weather and an overvalued currency led to a slump in once buoyant exports. Otis, John 1188
Corruption is growing (again) in Latin America. Price, John 771
CSR have we learned anything? Ramirez, David 2101
Edging towards developed status: will the country make the grade by 2020, as President Pinera hopes, or will it become stuck in the dreaded middle-income trap? Long, Gideon 3069
How to build a successful franchise in Latin America. 353
Innovation or burst: new technologies, marketing methods and business processes are advancing in Latin America, but they need to match those of developed nations and Asia. Dube, Ryan 760
Latin America leads the M&A revival. Moreno, Alvaro 1094
Latin American exports slowed in 2012. 621
Making room for conferences. Conference news 695
Peru's universities: step up to the plate: demand for talent in Peru is growing more rapidly than its supply. 562
Peru: opportunities abound, inside and out. 1565
Players or mere spectators? Riano, Angela Maria 2075
Road warriors gird up with gadgets. Chesnut, Mark 779
Seeing opportunities: Donald Trump is expanding his brand in Latin America. Mann, Joseph A., Jr. 1116
Signs of recovery. Mann, Joseph 286
Small cities big challenges: rapid growth of mid-size municipalities opens up great opportunities for business. Wing, Lisa K. 623
Sustainable growth. 324
The bud clock: how Budweiser made a breakthrough in Ecuador, a market that had been dominated by one brand for a century. Ancery, Paula 573
The creators of growth: Latin America is brimming with would-be entrepreneurs, but not enough is being done to promote them. Dube, Ryan 708
The seducers: as the tourism business continues to grow throughout the region, countries are competing fiercely to lure investors with fiscal incentives and guarantees. Manaut, Sergio 1012
Think global, act local. Bustos, Elida 1959
Touch and go for gains in grains: South American farmers have a lot to gain from the US drought, if only they can break free of the red tape that hinders them. Haskel, David 560
What business leaders want. Gutierrez, Santiago Editorial 510
What Latin America should know about the conclusions of the World Economic Forum's Annual Summit: the message from Davos. Curado, Frederico Fleury Conference notes 760
Women on board: participation of women in corporate boardrooms is very low in Latin America, though the experts maintain that a better gender balance at the top offers substantial advantages for companies. Moreno, Alvaro 1338

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