Political Risk Report: Who will govern Argentina?
Political Risk Report
The opposition’s shock – and decisive – victory in the Argentine primaries has turned the attention of the business community to Alberto Fernández and how he would govern. We take a look at his record and recent comments. Elsewhere, Brazil nears another recession and AMLO tries to confront a crime wave, while in Peru social conflict is on the rise, putting billions of investment dollars at risk.
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Table of contents
- Overview and Podcast
- Argentina: What to expect from Fernández (Alberto)
- Brazil: Where is the growth?
- Mexico: AMLO has a crime problem
- Colombia: Give peace a chance?
- Peru: Heavy metal political noise
- Chile asks: How many hours should we work?
- Latin America in figures
Companies and projects related to this report
- Grupo México S.A.B de C.V.
- Electrificadora del Caribe S.A. E.S.P.
- Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
- Ecopetrol S.A.
- Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras S.A. (Eletrobras)
- United Nations
- Paving of Provincial Routes No. 3, 31, 32, 36, 39
- Oriente tunnel
- Bogotá metro line No. 1
- Santa Lucía International Airport (AISL) master plan
- Heavy crude transport Marañón basin: Norperuano pipeline
- Emisor Oriente drainage tunnel
Cesar Illiano, Rogerio Jelmayer, James Young, Michael Place, Teresa Céspedes and Allan Brown
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