Significant progress has been made in recent years
Latin America – namely Brazil and Mexico – has benefited from capital flight out of troubled Russia
As the world economy moves to a ‘new normal’, Latin America must not sit back and relax but instead focus on boosting sustainable growth and eradicating inequality
The past five years in Latin America have been all about Brazil. The next five could well be all about Mexico
Potential capital market reforms in Ecuador will open it up to new investment flows to the country
In the enviable position of boasting low inflation as EM currencies tumble, Colombia appears well placed to withstand the shocks of changing global monetary policy. But for the economy to make sustainable strides, long-term improvements are needed – starting with infrastructure
President Putin's actions in Russia could see the economy plunge into recession and jeopardise LatAm growth
Over the past year, Russia made no big progress in terms of improving its economy.
Vladimir Tikhomirov, chief economist, Otkritie Securities
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