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Latinvex 500

Latinvex 500: The Multinationals


Latin America’s top 50 multinational companies.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

The top 50 multinational companies in Latin America outperformed their Latin American counterparts last year.

While the Latinvex 500 overall saw a 6.4 percent revenue decline, the multinationals saw a 1.5 percent fall in their Latin America sales.

While the United States dominates the ranking, the top five multinationals are from Europe.

To see the winners & losers in terms of overall rankings, revenues and profits, click on the link below.

Keywords: AB InBev, Adidas, AES, American Airlines, Avon, Baker Hughes, Banco Santander, Barrick Gold, BBVA, Brink’s, Carrefour, Casino, Caterpillar, Citigroup, CNH, Coca-Cola, Colgate, DirecTV, Electrolux, Emerson, Enel, Ericsson, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, G4S, Halliburton, Ingram Micro, Kellogg, NII Holdings, Nokia, Owens-Illinois, Pacific Rubiales, PepsiCo, Schlumberger, Scotiabank, Southern Copper, Telefonica, United Airlines, Volkswagen, Weatherford, Whirlpool

 

 

THE NUMBERS

Latinvex 500 (2014): Top 50 Multinationals

 

REPORTS

Latinvex 500: Profits Fall 33%


MORE NUMBERS

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

 

THE COUNTRIES

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

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