Political Risk

Political Risk Report: Latin America's Obstacle Course to Recovery

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Political Risk Report

While governments in several Latin American countries ease lockdown restrictions to free their citizens to move about and work, social conflicts are beginning to take center stage again, threatening the fledgling recovery.

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Table of contents

1.- Introduction
2.- Argentina: Friction with the Opposition and FX Restrictions
3.- Peru: Vizcarra Survives to Fight Another Day
4.- Mexico: AMLO vs the 'Pseudo Enviornmentalists'
5.- Brazil: Social Programs or Fiscal Discipline?
6.- Colombia: Avianca and Police Turbulence
7.- Chile: Revisiting Pinochet's Constitution
8.- Ecuador: Eyeing Elections
9.- Sovereign ratings
10.- Latam in Graphics

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