LatAm INVESTOR Features

  • Dam Disaster Forces Bolsonaro into Environmental Rethink

    The backlash following the Brumadinho dam collapse is prompting Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro to reassess his environment policies, writes, Caio Pizetta Torres, Political Risk Analyst for Brazil & the Southern Cone at Control Risks…

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  • Latin America’s Election Clock is Ticking

    2019 is the second half of a two-year election cycle that is reshaping Latin America’s political map. Canning House explores the impact for investors…

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  • The Growing Cost of Latin America’s Natural Catastrophes

    The political, social and economic costs of Latin America’s natural catastrophes are increasing. Canning House explores how the region can combat the threat…

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  • Latin America’s New Best Friend – China

    In the last decade China usurped the US as the main trading partner for many LatAm countries and is now forging close relationships with LatAm nations through deals on financing and infrastructure. Sam Benstead looks at how it impacts investors…

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  • Latin America’s Emigration Problem

    Latin American emigration is becoming an increasingly important political, economic and social issue. Traditional outward flows to the US are now being supplemented by the massive intra-regional movement of Venezuelans. Sam Benstead looks at how it impacts investors…

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  • Why Latin America Loves Trade Deals

    Latin American countries are involved in more trade deals than almost any other region on earth. Sam Benstead analyses Latin America’s love of trade deals and explains how it impacts international investors…

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  • What Guatemala tells us about avoiding corruption in Latin America

    Latin America’s ongoing corruption scandals have implicated many of the region’s business and political elites. So how can investors avoid getting caught up in it when they come to the region?

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  • Guyana – Latin America’s New Oil Power

    The Latin American country you’ve probably never heard is on the verge of becoming the region’s latest oil power, writes Sam Benstead…

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  • Latin America’s New Year Resolution – Fight Corruption

    As a new year begins Latin America is making a concerted effort to tackle its biggest scourge – corruption. Sam Benstead investigates…

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  • Arresting Argentine Decline

    In the early 20th century Argentina was one of the world’s richest countries. Over the following one hundred years it descended into political and economic chaos. If President Macri is to rebuild he must learn from its past…

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  • The Lord Mayor on Latin America

    Lord Mayor of the City of London, Andrew Parmley, shares his perspectives and insights from his recent visit to Latin America, which explored areas for financial partnerships between the UK, Mexico and Colombia…

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  • Rebuilding Colombia

    Colombia’s $50billion infrastructure programme continues to gain momentum. Investors that have missed out so far should take another look…

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