Guatemalan economist Nestor Quixtan looks at the new coronavirus economy in Central America. The COVID-19 crisis has led governments around the world to take unprecedented… Read More »Central America And The Coronavirus Economy
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How a small local restaurant in Guatemala City’s Zona 1 is stepping up to help those affected by the economic crisis in Guatemala caused by… Read More »Crisis Heroes: Feeding The Hungry In Guatemala City During Economic Crisis
In our coronavirus Crisis Heroes series, we highlight a small travel agency in Antigua, Guatemala with a big heart. Guatemala confirmed its first case of… Read More »Crisis Heroes: Making Masks To Fight Coronavirus In Guatemala
The upcoming Guatemala election this weekend is just about the hardest one to call in the country’s history. Nestor Quixtan takes a look at some… Read More »Who Are The Main Players In The 2019 Guatemala Election?
The Guatemala v Belize territory dispute comes to the forefront again in 2019 when Belize holds its referendum over whether the International Court of Justice… Read More »Guatemala v Belize Territory Dispute: ICJ Or Bust
Are you thinking of relocating to Guatemala? Guatemala City-based economist Nestor Quixtan advises you to learn a little about the Guatemala housing market before you… Read More »A Few Words About The Guatemala Housing Market
Patricia Trigueros goes to the Polochic Valley, Guatemala to follow the work of Li Ch’utam, a non-profit working in the area to bring opportunity through… Read More »Bringing Opportunity To The Polochic Valley, Guatemala
Many expats in Central America find it hard to get used to the noise. Latin America is simply a louder place to live. Street noise,… Read More »Waking Up To Bombas And Bells: Noise In Guatemala
One thing visitors to Guatemala do is go to a market. The colors, sounds, and smells of Guatemalan markets are hypnotic. Here’s what you should… Read More »Four Things To Know About Guatemalan Markets