Business History in Latin America: The Experience of Seven Countries

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Index
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accounting 76, 113
agrarian reform 135
agriculture
Argentina 29–31, 40
Brazil 47, 49, 52
Chile 62, 63, 70–71, 79
Mexico 120, 122
Venezuela 164
see also coffee, cotton, landowners, livestock, ranching, rice, sugar, wine
Albert, Bill 143
Alpargatas S. A. 31
Amaral, Samuel 21, 40
Anchorena family 29
Anglo-Argentine Tramways Co. 23
Antioquia 85–89, 90, 98, 102, 104, 107, 111–12, 114
Appleby, Gordon 144
Arango, Mariano 99
Arantes, L. A. V. 50
archives 6, 8, 11–12, 20n7, 40, 56, 74, 81– 82, 93, 109–10, 117, 133, 135–36, 141, 155, 171–72, 173
Arcila Farías, Eduardo 162
Arellano Moreno, Antonio 162
Arenas, Emilio 93
Arequipa 134, 141, 144, 151, 153,
Argentina 4, 17–42, 131
Arías, Jorge 104
Arroyo, Jairo 108
artisans 80, 90, 140
Asociación de Exportadores (Peru) 134, 153, 155
Aspíllaga family 143, 144, 149
automobile industry 26, 27, 165
Backus and Johnston 134
Balán, Jorge 30
Balfour Williamson 74
Balmaceda, Juan Manuel (President of Chile, 1886–1891) 65
bananas 100–1
Banco de Venezuela 166
Banco del Peru y Londres 134, 144, 154
Bank of London and South America 21, 40
banks
Argentina 21
Chile 62, 76
Colombia 95, 110, 111
Mexico 122, 124
Peru 134, 136, 140, 144, 148
Venezuela 165–66, 171n36
Barbero, María Inés 27–28, 36, 38
Baring Brothers 21, 22
Barranquilla 90, 95, 104, 108, 112,
Basadre, Jorge 132, 136
Bauer, Arnold 69, 70
Bayer, Robert 103
Bejarano, Jesús 113
Bell, Bill 139
Bergquist, Charles 99
Bermúdez, Oscar 140
Berry, Albert 107
Betancur, Belisario 105
Beyer, Robert 99
Blanchard, Peter 140
Bogotá 90, 107, 108, 110, 111
Bonilla, Heraclio 132, 136, 139, 141
Botero, Fernando 100, 107
Brazil 4, 9, 43–59, 131
Brennan, James 27
Brew, Roger 87
brewing 134, 149, 172
Britain
and Argentina 17–24
and Chile 74

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