Online retailing in Latin America will reach $580 million by the end of 2000. The Boston Consulting Group says Brazil continues to be the largest online market in Latin America, accounting for $300 million in revenues and just over half of the entire market. The Mexican and Argentinean markets, however, have grown out of their nascent stages and this year will generate $91 million and $82 million in sales, respectively. One of the surprising findings of the report is the weakness of U.S. English-language players in the region. Their market share is expected to drop from 32% of the market in 1999 to a mere 7%, or $40 million in sales, in 2000. For details on specific Latin American countries visit CardPlanet ([www.cardplanet.com]).