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South American Austerity Sets the Stage for Political Volatility
June 18, 2021  //  News

Back in February 2021, Gabriel Brasil, Lead Analyst at Control Risks, predicted the region’s pandemic pain would lead to political upsets. An updated article, four months on, proves him right…

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