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If one thing has become clear in the recent recession, it is that the globalisation of the economy is irreversible. We must support Spanish companies in the internationalization process, enabling them to diversify, access new markets and investors, and discover new business opportunities. In summary, to be more competitive.

At PwC we help our clients to perceive internationalization as a business opportunity, not as a threat. Our solutions enable our clients to leverage their competitive advantages so that they can face up to the challenges of the global economy and markets with maximum efficiency.


Internationalisation in Latin America: stepping stone to global expansion
Internationalisation in Latin America: stepping stone to global expansion"
The overseas expansion of Spain’s leading banks in Latin America began in the 1990s when the domestic, European and international markets were undergoing major changes and Latin America offered a good opportunity to win new business.In this context, of the Spanish banks involved the case of BBVA stands out.

México y España en el espejo global
México and Spain in a "global mirror"
Results for 1st Spanish companies CEO survey in Mexico and deep interviews with some CEO.

The spanish multinational company in view of a new international scenario
The spanish multinational company in view of a new international scenario:
This is the second edition of the annual Report of Observatorio de la Empresa Multinacional Española (OEME.

Intelligent growth - Internationalisation
Emerging Multinationals. The rise of new multinational companies from emerging economies
Companies from emerging nations are facing increasing competition in their home marketplaces and are venturing abroad in a bid both to secure resources and to better service foreign demand.
 

13th CEO Global Survey 2010.
According to PwC's worldwide survey presented at Davos, CE0s around the world are increasingly confident that the recession is approaching its end.