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Carlos Slim's America Movil widened the gap with its key rival in Latin America, Spain-based Telefonica. (Photo: CarlosSlim.com)
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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Latin America: Top Technology Companies

Latin America’s top technology companies by 2013 revenues and profits.


Mexico-based telecommunications operator America Movil continues to widen its gap with its key rival Telefonica.

The two top the ranking of the largest technology companies on the Latinvex 500.

Meanwhile, US-based NII Holdings, which owns telecom carriers in several Latin American markets, managed to hold on to its 8th  place despite a 16.9 percent drop in revenues last year.

Brazilian electronics manufacturer Itautec posted the worst performance among the technology companies.

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Latinvex 500 (2013): Top Technology Companies

Latinvex 500 (2013): The Ranking

Latinvex 500 (2013): Most Profitable

Latinvex 500 (2013): Revenue Growth Winners & Losers

Latinvex 500 (2013): Profit Growth Winners & Losers

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

Latinvex 500 (2013): By Sector

Latinvex 500 (2013): Key Sector Results


Latinvex 500 (2013): Key Country Results

Latinvex 500 (2013): Argentina’s Top Companies

Latinvex 500 (2013): Brazil’s Top Companies

Latinvex 500 (2013): Chile’s Top Companies

Latinvex 500 (2013): Colombia’s Top Companies

Latinvex 500 (2013): Mexico’s Top Companies

Latinvex 500 (2013): Peru’s Top Companies


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