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Latin American Economy & Business - April 2016 (ISSN 1741-7430)

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- The contraction of correspondent banking
Regional Economy Review
- Brazil: The shape of Temer economics
- Argentina: Getting better…eventually
- Chile: The micro-economic approach to growth
- Peru: The battle of the centre right
- Puerto Rico: More noise, same road
- Trinidad & Tobago: Two year plan, and then…
- Region: Poverty rate begins to edge up
Regional Business Review
- Brazil: Troubled times for Odebrecht
- Mexico: Encouraging outlook for renewables
- Mexico: Banks – strong, often foreign, and not much used
- Region: Corporate Radar
- Region: IMF and Eclac agree that things are slow

Latin American Economy & Business - March 2016 (ISSN 1741-7430)

Leader
- Politics trumps economics in Brazil
Regional Economy Review
- Cuba: Chipping away at the embargo
- Colombia: Government tries to head off power cuts
- Dominican Republic: Benefiting from the tailwinds
- Jamaica: Sticking with the program
- Trinidad & Tobago: Downgrade, yes; crisis, no
- Uruguay: The bastion of stability in a volatile region
- Region: Working out the economics of crime
- Region: Informal economy still an obstacle to growth
Regional Business Review
- Region: Caribbean tourism needs more flights
- Corporate Radar
- Region: Colombia and Uruguay lead energy transition
- Mining: Maduro government on a major push to resurrect mining

Latin American Economy & Business - February 2016 (ISSN 1741-7430)

Leader
- Argentina – holdout settlement in sight
Regional Economy Review
- Venezuela: Maduro devalues
- Venezuela: The price of putting the bondholders first
- Brazil: Stabilising or not?
- Mexico: Monetary and fiscal tightening
- Region: Policy moves from the other central banks
- Region: Calculating the cost of Zika
- Honduras: No longer the regional pariah
- Suriname: The IMF sends a mission to Paramaribo
Regional Business Review
- Brazil: Corporate debt warning light
- Region: Knocking the NOCs
- Region: Corporate Radar
Special Focus
- Peru: The real problems of the pensions system(s)

Latin American Economy & Business - January 2016 (ISSN 1741-7430)

Leader
- Brazil: Bottoming out – or just falling?
Regional Economy Review
- Region: Held back by Brazil and Venezuela
- Venezuela: An emergency in search of a policy
- Mexico: In the eye of the oil storm
- Trinidad & Tobago: Unhappy New Year
- Puerto Rico: The stakes rise in the debt crisis
Regional Business Review
- Brazil: Warning lights flashing on Rio Olympics
- Colombia: All eyes on agriculture
- Argentina: Good times for grain exporters?
- Corporate Radar
Regional Financial Markets Review
- Lower flows, higher assessed risk
Postscript
- The two canals

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Latin American Economy & Business - April 2016 (ISSN 1741-7430)

Leader
- The contraction of correspondent banking
Regional Economy Review
- Brazil: The shape of Temer economics
- Argentina: Getting better…eventually
- Chile: The micro-economic approach to growth
- Peru: The battle of the centre right
- Puerto Rico: More noise, same road
- Trinidad & Tobago: Two year plan, and then…
- Region: Poverty rate begins to edge up
Regional Business Review
- Brazil: Troubled times for Odebrecht
- Mexico: Encouraging outlook for renewables
- Mexico: Banks – strong, often foreign, and not much used
- Region: Corporate Radar
- Region: IMF and Eclac agree that things are slow

Latin American Economy & Business - March 2016 (ISSN 1741-7430)

Leader
- Politics trumps economics in Brazil
Regional Economy Review
- Cuba: Chipping away at the embargo
- Colombia: Government tries to head off power cuts
- Dominican Republic: Benefiting from the tailwinds
- Jamaica: Sticking with the program
- Trinidad & Tobago: Downgrade, yes; crisis, no
- Uruguay: The bastion of stability in a volatile region
- Region: Working out the economics of crime
- Region: Informal economy still an obstacle to growth
Regional Business Review
- Region: Caribbean tourism needs more flights
- Corporate Radar
- Region: Colombia and Uruguay lead energy transition
- Mining: Maduro government on a major push to resurrect mining

Latin American Economy & Business - February 2016 (ISSN 1741-7430)

Leader
- Argentina – holdout settlement in sight
Regional Economy Review
- Venezuela: Maduro devalues
- Venezuela: The price of putting the bondholders first
- Brazil: Stabilising or not?
- Mexico: Monetary and fiscal tightening
- Region: Policy moves from the other central banks
- Region: Calculating the cost of Zika
- Honduras: No longer the regional pariah
- Suriname: The IMF sends a mission to Paramaribo
Regional Business Review
- Brazil: Corporate debt warning light
- Region: Knocking the NOCs
- Region: Corporate Radar
Special Focus
- Peru: The real problems of the pensions system(s)

Latin American Economy & Business - January 2016 (ISSN 1741-7430)

Leader
- Brazil: Bottoming out – or just falling?
Regional Economy Review
- Region: Held back by Brazil and Venezuela
- Venezuela: An emergency in search of a policy
- Mexico: In the eye of the oil storm
- Trinidad & Tobago: Unhappy New Year
- Puerto Rico: The stakes rise in the debt crisis
Regional Business Review
- Brazil: Warning lights flashing on Rio Olympics
- Colombia: All eyes on agriculture
- Argentina: Good times for grain exporters?
- Corporate Radar
Regional Financial Markets Review
- Lower flows, higher assessed risk
Postscript
- The two canals

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London
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UK


Phone: +44 (0)203 695 2790+44 (0)203 695 2790

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or write to us at:

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Intelligence Research Ltd.
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Mabledon Place
Bloomsbury
London
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UK


Phone: +44 (0)203 695 2790+44 (0)203 695 2790

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