Governor of the Bank of England lays out manifesto in keynote speech in New Delhi
Ambition and reforms, Peru has aplenty. But despite getting many things right, it is not being rewarded with strong growth. In the year before the next presidential election frenzy, can Peru get moving again?
The Inter-American Development Bank has calculated that the region could enjoy a growth dividend of 2.3 percentage points a year if it closes its gap in total factor productivity with Asia
Chile’s deputy finance minister tells Emerging Markets that the major reforms put in place last year, depreciation of the peso and expansionary monetary and fiscal policies will see growth hit 4.5% within three years.
There is still pessimism in the business community but I feel the central bank and finance ministry are trying to get closer to the private sector in order to lift confidence
Paulina Yazigi Salamanca, Credicorp
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