In Southern Europe it is common to give two kisses (one in each cheek) when being introduced to a woman. So when woman A meets person B (no matter if B is a he or a she), they will kiss in almost all circumstances: professional, social.
I know this is not common in other European countries, as described in When to hug, kiss, shake hands, or even “fist bump” in Europe?, but I wonder: what about in Latin America? Do they share the cheek kissing tradition with Southern Europe?
Wikipedia mentions in Cheek kissing:
In Latin America, cheek kissing is a universal form of greeting between a man and a woman or two women.
It is not necessary to know a person well or be intimate with them to kiss them on the cheek. When introduced to someone new by a mutual acquaintance in social settings, it is customary to greet him or her with a cheek kiss if the person being introduced to them is a member of the opposite sex or if a woman is introduced to another woman. If the person is a complete stranger, i.e. self-introductions, no kissing is done. A cheek kiss may be accompanied by a hug or another sign of physical affection. In business settings, the cheek kiss is not always standard upon introduction, but once a relationship is established, it is common practice.
However, my experience in Colombia shows that in that country it is extremely rare to give two kisses when being introduced.
Is there a distinction among countries? What would be a good etiquette?