Americas Thought Leadership

This thought leadership collection includes points of view and reports with information for organizations that have operations in the Americas region or are interested in doing business in the region.

M&A in Latin America

Our comprehensive look at M&A trends in Latin America

Our comprehensive look at M&A trends in Latin America. For decades, Latin American countries have been a promising venue for global companies seeking to leverage the region’s rich natural resources, low-cost labor markets, and, more recently, expanding consumer markets.

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Innovation in Mining: Latin America 2017

The Innovation in mining: Latin American 2017 study outlines the broader issues LATAM mining sector faces and how they can address the gaps in their innovating capabilities.

Tracking the trends 2018

The top 10 issues shaping mining in the year ahead

The 2018 edition of Tracking the trends takes a look at the trends that miners will face in the coming year and outlines a wealth of potential responses proposed from Deloitte member firms' mining professionals.

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2018 Global health care outlook

The evolution of smart health care

With quality, outcomes, and value being the watchwords for health care in the 21st century, sector stakeholders around the globe are looking for innovative and cost-effective ways to deliver patient-centered, technology-enabled “smart” health care, both inside and outside hospital walls.

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2018 Global life sciences outlook

Innovating life sciences in the fourth industrial revolution: Embrace, build, grow

With the evolving industrialization of life sciences, companies need to embrace the exponential changes in technology to change the way they work, conduct research, innovate, manufacture and distribute products, and meet consumer expectations.

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Argentina - A Destination for Investment?

A series of new government initiatives aim to make the country healthier and more open to foreign investors

Thanks to a new president and new policies, Argentina is becoming more attractive to foreign investors.

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The chemical multiverse 4.0

Promising future for the strong, decisive, and persistent chemical company

Do you know where your company stands today and where you will be in the future? Our latest study serves as a vital aid to help chemical companies evaluate their current conditions, understand where they want to head in the future, and then make strategic changes to continue on the path to lasting success.

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Mexico Mergers and Acquisitions

What’s ahead: The potential impact of the new US administration

As US President Donald J. Trump initiates a new and more domestically-oriented trade stance, many questions are emerging about the potential impact on trade and M&A with Mexico.

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Global Economic Outlook Q3 2017

At a time when the global economy appears to be accelerating, the two leading economies of the English-speaking world, the United States and United Kingdom, are not following the trend. Yet the overall global trend is positive, though the specter of protectionism looms.

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Health & Wellness Progress Report

Empowering consumers to make healthier choices

Results from the latest Consumer Goods Forum Health & Wellness Progress Report show that more than 180,000 consumer goods products have been reformulated in 2016, while over 30,000 communities worldwide have been involved in industry-led programs that promote healthier diets and lifestyles.

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Health & Wellness Progress Report

2017 global research bulletin

Informed by independent research spanning seven years, Deloitte's insight into the management of tax within the largest global businesses continues to grow and evolve. From inception in 2010, Deloitte has commissioned four independent market research studies with global tax decision makers, the most recent concluding in December 2016.

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Global Economic Outlook Q2 2017

In this issue of the Global Economic Outlook, our far-flung economists examine the state of the world economy—specifically the United States, Eurozone, China, Japan, India, Canada, Brazil, Russia, Africa, and global inflation.

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Technology, Media and Telecommunications Predictions

Our objective with the Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) Predictions report is to identify critical inflection points that we believe should inform industry strategic thinking, and to explain how we think these will manifest over the next 12-18 months for companies in TMT and other industries.

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Global Economic Outlook Q1 2017

As 2017 begins, the global economic environment is characterized by new political realities. In the United States, there is a new president with new ideas and goals. In Europe, growth and inflation have begun to accelerate, yet unemployment remains stubbornly high. In Asia, growth is stabilizing, but risks are piling up in the form of higher debt and rising trade tensions.

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