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Latin America Business: The Multinational Winners & Losers

Latin America’s top 50 foreign multinationals.


Spain-based Telefonica is Latin America’s top foreign multinational by revenues but French retailer Casino leads the way in revenue growth, according to the Latinvex 500 ranking of the region’s largest companies.

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Latinvex 500 (2013): Top Foreign Multinationals (By Alphabetical Order)

Latinvex 500 (2013): Top Foreign Multinationals (Revenues)

Latinvex 500 (2013): Top Foreign Multinationals (Revenue Growth Winners)

Latinvex 500 (2013): Revenue Growth Winners & Losers

Latinvex 500 (2013): The Ranking

Latinvex 500 (2013): Profit Growth Winners & Losers

Latinvex 500 (2013): Most Profitable

Latinvex 500 (2013): By Sector

Latinvex 500 (2013): By Country


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