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AB InBev -- the owner of Mexico's popular Corona beer brand -- ranks among the top multinationals in Latin America on the latest Latinvex 500. (Photo: Grupo Modelo)
Latin America company revenues grew 13% last year, according to the latest Latinvex 500.
Thursday, June 14, 2018
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Latin America: Multinational Revenues Up 11%

Multinationals rebound after suffering decline in 2016.


Multinationals in Latin America improved their performance last year, posting an 11 percent increase in revenues, according to according to the latest Latinvex 500.

That stands in contrast to 2016, when they suffered an 8 percent decline.

To see which multinationals led the way in revenues and revenue growth, please click on the links below.

Keywords: AB InBev, Adidas, AES, American Airlines, AT&T, Avon, Barrick Gold, Brenntag, Brink's, Cable & Wireless, Carrefour, Casino, Caterpillar, CNH, Coca-Cola, Colgate, Eastman, Electrolux, Emerson, Enel, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, Frontera Energy, G4S, Halliburton, Kellogg, Millicom, NII Holdings, Nokia, Owens-Illinois, PepsiCo, Praxair, Schlumberger, Southern Copper, Telefonica, United Airlines, Volkswagen, Weatherford, Whirlpool



Latinvex 500 (2018): Top Multinationals by Revenues

Latinvex 500 (2018): Top Multinationals by Revenue Growth



Latinvex 500 (2018): The Full Ranking

Latinvex 500 (2018): Most Profitable

Latinvex 500 (2018): By Alphabetical Order 


Latinvex 500 (2018): Top Energy Companies

Latinvex 500 (2018): Top Technology Companies


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