A lot of the companies' results show the effects of a slowing regional economy, brought by falling commodity prices and political crises in some cases. But many companies achieved outstanding results despite these conditions.
One of these was Argentine real estate firm Irsa, whose total assets went from $1.08 billion to $10.07 billion in one year.
Another such case was Colombian retailer Grupo Exito, with total assets growing from $4.84 billion to $16.49 billion.
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