Recope, Intel, Panama Canal Authority, ICE and Copa Airlines are listed in AméricaEconomía's ranking of the 500 largest companies in Latin America.
In their analysis on Latin America's 500 largest companies, AméricaEconomía Intelligence shows the impact of the economic crisis in the region. For these 500, income fell 3.7% in 2008, a sharp contrast from the 23.7% expansion registered in 2007.
In 11th place, Panama City is the leader in Central America in AméricaEconomía’s City Ranking 2009.
Then, from the middle down in the table of 50, San Jose is 31, followed by Guatemala 37, San Salvador 44 and Tegucigalpa 47.
The rankings, which were elaborated by AméricaEconomía Intelligence, incorporated "a new approach in the methodology for assessing the business profile of Latin cities this year. The approach is an indicator that measures both the innovative potential of cities as their ability to generate new business.”
AméricaEconomía Intelligence stresses a combination of INCAE’s BS strengths in its special on the best business schools in Latin America.
The report published in Americaeconomia.com said that first place “was recovered by INCAE this year. INCAE is the Central American School that was founded with Harvard support, and the one that achieved the best balance of academic strengths, production and dissemination of knowledge, internationalization and network power; the four large dimensions we introduced in our methodology."
América Economía’s ranking of the best business schools in Latin America in the production and dissemination of knowledge.
América Economía Intelligence published an advance of its 2009 MBArankings, with the release of the top ten ranking in the category of production and dissemination of knowledge. In this specific sense, INCAE got the top spot, followed by the University of San Andres and the University of Chile in the second and third spots.
The change in the way that consumers relate to companies that provide services and products is deepening.
E-commerce in Latin America grew by 42.8% between 2010 and 2011, generating an expenditure of $43 billion, which is double the sales in 2009, according to a survey on Electronic Commerce in Latin America conducted by AméricaEconomía Intelligence, and commissioned by Visa.
As of July 2012 there have been some 250,000 online buying and selling transactions, 10% higher than in the same period in 2011.
This increase in online electronic shopping goes hand in hand with internet penetration (about 2.3 million have internet access) and the use of plastic money (4.5 million credit and debit cards are circulating in the country).
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