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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.

Seizing sell-side M&A opportunities in Brazil

Prepare to take advantage of increasing deal-making activity

Although 2017 M&A deal activity in Brazil may have been slowed, in part, by the country’s unsettled political and economic conditions, in recent months there have been clear signs that M&A activity—including divestitures—is resuming and has the potential to strengthen in 2018.

2018 Human Capital Trends

The rise of the social enterprise

Organizations are no longer judged only for their financial performance, or even the quality of their products or services. Rather, they are being evaluated on the basis of their impact on society at large—transforming them from business enterprises into social enterprises.

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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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