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Latinvex 500

Latinvex 500: The Country Tally

The country breakdown among Latin America’s top 500 companies.


Companies from the top six Latin American countries on the Latinvex 500 all posted dismal results last year.

In terms of profits, Mexico saw the worst deterioration, followed by Colombia and Brazil. The Mexican decline was largely driven by Pemex, while Colombia’s declines were impacted by the weakening of the peso against the dollar, which also hit Chile’s results.

Meanwhile, Brazil’s profit decline was caused by the massive losses at State oil producer Petrobras.

Both Brazil and Mexico saw a slight decline in the number of companies on the Latinvex 500, while Chile, Argentina and Peru increased their share.


Latinvex 500 (2014): Key Country Results

Latinvex 500 (2014): Argentina’s Top Companies

Latinvex 500 (2014): Brazil’s Top Companies

Latinvex 500 (2014): Chile’s Top Companies

Latinvex 500 (2014): Colombia’s Top Companies

Latinvex 500 (2014): Mexico’s Top Companies

Latinvex 500 (2014): Peru’s Top Companies


Latinvex 500 (2014): The Ranking

Latinvex 500 (2014): Alphabetical Order

Latinvex 500 (2014): Most Profitable

Latinvex 500 (2014): Profit Growth Winners& Losers

Latinvex 500 (2014): Revenue Growth Winners & Losers

Latinvex 500 (2014): Top 50 Multinationals


Latinvex 500 (2014): Top 50 Electricity Companies

Latinvex 500 (2014): Top 25 Oil & Gas Companies

Latinvex 500 (2014): Top 25 Technology Companies