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Weekly Report - 22 January 2015 (WR-15-03)

Leader
- Nisman’s death rocks Argentina’s Fernández
Brazil & Southern Cone
- CHILE: UDI thirsting for revenge
- BRAZIL: Consumers hit by package of tax hikes
- TRACKING TRENDS
Andean
- PERU: Humala struggles to fend off spying accusations
- VENEZUELA: Maduro’s speech falls short of expectations
- TRACKING TRENDS
Mexico & Nafta
- MEXICO: Long wait over for Mexican truckers
- TRACKING TRENDS
Central America & Caribbean
- CUBA: US officials descend on Havana en masse
- GUATEMALA: Pérez Molina presents balance sheet
- HAITI: ‘Consensus cabinet’ fails to convince
Postscript
- Ecuador’s Correa looks beyond oil
- Quotes of the week

Weekly Report - 15 January 2015 (WR-15-02)

Leader
- Lighting the fuse on Venezuelan powder keg
Andean
- PERU: Humala promises to clamp down on corruption
- ANDEAN: Ecuador’s CAN-do attitude riles neighbours
Brazil & Southern Cone
- BRAZIL: Cracks widen between PT and PMDB
- BRAZIL: Tax rises imminent, but no “bagful of horrors”
- ARGENTINA: Amia prosecutor accuses Fernández of cover-up
- TRACKING TRENDS
Mexico & Nafta
- MEXICO: Unrest in troubled states raises electoral doubts
Central America & Caribbean
- HAITI: Five years on Haiti remains on shaky ground
- HONDURAS: Turning a corner
Postscript
- Tension mounts ahead of key elections in El Salvador
- Quotes of the week

Weekly Report - 08 January 2015 (WR-15-01)

Leader
- Tough start to second term for Brazil's Rousseff
Brazil & Southern Cone
- CHILE: Abortion gaffe claims first cabinet casualty
- ARGENTINA: Presidential candidates begin to make their moves
- TRACKING TRENDS
Andean
- VENEZUELA-ECUADOR: China offers lifeline – cost unknown
- COLOMBIA: ELN joins peace process
- BOLIVIA: MAS completes line-up ahead of elections
- TRACKING TRENDS
Mexico & Nafta
- MEXICO: Peña Nieto takes up arms against sea of troubles
Central America & Caribbean
- CUBA: What does 2015 hold in store for Cubans?
- HAITI: New Year’s resolution to political crisis looks unlikely
Postscript
- Uruguay’s First Lady to run for election in Montevideo
- Quotes of the week

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