We Review Lasso’s First 100 Days

Ecuador’s new President is enjoying early domestic political success – now he needs to reward international investors…

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Latin America’s Biodiversity is Under Threat

As fires continue to rage in the Amazon, a Canning House paper explores the worrying trends that threaten Latin America’s biodiversity, while also investigating how investors can help…

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Guillermo Lasso – Ecuador is Back

In an exclusive Op-Ed for LatAm INVESTOR, Ecuador’s new President, Guillermo Lasso, explains why he is reopening his country’s economy to international investors…

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Brazil and Latin America’s Mining Frontier

With Peru, Chile and Mexico making life tough for miners it is time to look elsewhere in the region. We investigate what Brazil, Argentina, Guatemala and Ecuador have to offer mining investors…

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Brazil’s Renewable Sector Powers Ahead

Brazil already has one of the greenest power-grids in the world but, with hydro production falling, it is looking to alternative renewable energy sources, such as wind, solar and biofuels, writes Adam Patterson in Curitiba…

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Mexican Renewables Face Uncertain Future

Mexico was once a Latin American cleantech pioneer, but now the fate of its renewable energy sector will be decided in courtrooms and polling stations, writes Adriana Curiel in Mexico City…

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