LatAm INVESTOR Features

  • Brazilian Investment Flows

    In little more than a decade Bradesco Asset Management has emerged as Latin America’s third-largest investment manager. Now it has its sights set on Europe. LatAm INVESTOR investigates the opportunity for investors…

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  • Latin America’s Weight Problem

    Latin America has the worst obesity problem among developing economies, while Mexico recently overtook the US as the most overweight major country in the world. LatAm INVESTOR investigates how this affects investors…

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  • Latin America and Global Shipping

    After more than a decade of spectacular growth Latin America’s trade with the outside world has shot up. That’s put pressure on existing transport infrastructure and shipping lines. LatAm INVESTOR reports on how the shipping industry is reacting…

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  • Rousseff Must Step Carefully

    Latin America’s biggest electorate has spoken and Brazil’s incumbent, Dilma Rousseff, returns as president. Yet Holly Towner’s review of the Brazilian press reaction to Rousseff’s victory shows that the path ahead is far from simple…

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  • Enter the Dragon – the Rise of China in Latin America

    Since the turn of the millennium Chinese investment and bilateral trade – and to a lesser extent its political influence – in Latin America has grown massively. LatAm INVESTOR investigates this burgeoning relationship…

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  • Latin America’s Learning Problem

    Despite a decade of unparalleled economic growth Latin America’s universities are failing to make their presence felt on the international stage – LatAm INVESTOR investigates why…

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  • Bored of the BRICs – what about MIKTA..?

    As emerging market growth continues to re-write the global geo-political map a new bloc – MIKTA – has emerged. The Foreign Ministers from Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey and Australia explain why this new group is needed…

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  • The Legacy of the Pact for Mexico

    With Mexico’s constitutional reforms now enshrined in law, London-based Mexican lawyer, Yves Hayaux du Tilly, explains the legacy of the Pact for Mexico…

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  • Rebuilding NAFTA

    Two decades on from the signing of NAFTA, Mexico’s economic attaché in London, Juan Carlos Lombardo, analyses the impact of the landmark treaty…

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  • Latin America’s violent crime problem

    Despite years of economic growth Latin American crime levels continue to rise. LatAm INVESTOR takes a look at what’s behind the problem…

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  • Should investors be excited about the Pacific Alliance?

    A London School of Economics round-table discusses the Pacific Alliance – a trade group made up of Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile. Mike Reid, Americas Editor, The Economist There is no doubt that the Pacific Alliance is potentially one of the most interesting and important developments in the region for a decade. Why? Well it’s interesting because it… Continue reading Should investors be excited about the Pacific Alliance?

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  • Latin America’s Insurers

    With an expanding market and several dynamic economies Latin America’s insurance market looks promising.

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