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Iran hosts meeting on closer Latin America banking ties
Iran's Foreign Ministry officials and representatives of the state-run and private banks held a meeting in Tehran to explore avenues for expanding banking ties with Latin American countries.
New chapter in Iran-LatAm ties
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif heading an economic delegation from state and private firms started his trip to six Latin American nations – Cuba, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia and Venezuela.
Zarif to kick off six-nation LatAm tour today
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will launch a six-nation tour of Latin America on Sunday to discuss the development of ties.
Latam forex weakness yet to boost exports
Latin American currencies have suffered a torrid time since the bursting of the commodity bubble in 2014, falling precipitously against the dollar.
Economic change key for LatAm to reach UN development goals
Latin America needs a new formula to achieve sustainable development, said a regional meeting before ending.
China takes long view on LatAm infrastructure investment
If Brazil’s political and economic volcano threatens to dump an ashmound on the case for investing across Latin America, nobody told the Chinese about it.
LatAm countries call for oil price stability
Latin America's oil-producing countries on Friday called on their global counterparts to help shore up and stabilize crude prices.
LatAm, Asia diverge on interest rates
Some investors seem wedded to the dated concept that emerging markets are a homogenous asset class. The rapidly diverging monetary policy cycle in EMs may be able to give them a rude shock.
LatAm faces complex economic outlook in 2016
The region's economies shrank by 0.4 percent on average in 2015 and will grow by just 0.2 percent in 2016, according to a latest report from the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), Xinhua reported.
Assange: I advised Snowden to go to Russia instead of LatAm
WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange said he advised US National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden to seek asylum in Russia instead of Latin America.
LatAm children to read book on Prophet
'My Friend the Spider' will be published by Lighthouse Publishing Company to introduce Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) to Latin American children concurrent with the screening of Majid Majidi's film 'Muhammad: The Messenger of God'.
Impact of China's economic slowdown on LatAm
For years, Latin America has exported its raw materials to China’s voracious factories, fuelling economic growth. But now that the Asian giant is putting a priority on domestic consumption over industrial production, how will this region react?
Latam countries turn to China
Angolans are generally grateful for China’s participation in the reconstruction of their central African country, in spite of the fact that some of the roads and buildings built by Chinese firms are of poor quality, and mainly Chinese laborers have been hired rather than local workers.
Iran, LatAm states keen on improving ties
A senior Iranian Foreign Ministry official said the Islamic Republic is keen on improving relations with Latin American states in both political and economic fields.
Latam economic growth insufficient
Recent new data show a worrying picture of Latin America and the Caribbean.

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