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Brazil & Southern Cone - September 2022

The September 2022 issue of the Latin American Regional Report: Brazil & Southern Cone goes to press as Brazil is gearing up for a general election on 2 October.

Brazil & Southern Cone - August 2022

The August issue of the Latin American Regional Report: Brazil & Southern Cone begins by looking at the region as a whole.

Brazil & Southern Cone - July 2022

A series of recent arrests in Chile are helping bring to light the activities of a Venezuelan-born criminal organisation, the Tren do Aragua, in the Southern Cone country.

Brazil & Southern Cone - June 2022

Six months before the end of President Jair Bolsonaro’s current term in Brazil – and three months before the presidential elections which could see former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (2003-2011) return to power for a third term – this June edition of the Latin American Regional Report: Brazil and Southern Cone begins by looking at the progress of the ambitious privatisation programme that President Bolsonaro’s economy minister, Paulo Guedes, announced when the incumbent government took office in 2019.

Brazil & Southern Cone - May 2022

The May edition of the Latin American Regional Report: Brazil & Southern Cone begins with a series of articles on Chile, where the government of young, leftist President Gabriel Boric took office on 11 March.

Brazil & Southern Cone - April 2022

After drawn out negotiations, Argentina finally reached a debt-restructuring agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which was ratified by the IMF’s Board of Directors at the end of March, just in time for Argentina to avoid a default.

Brazil & Southern Cone - March 2022

This March 2022 edition of the Latin American Regional Report: Brazil & Southern Cone begins with a deep dive into a new public security initiative launched by the Rio de Janeiro state government in Brazil.

Brazil & Southern Cone - February 2022

On 28 January, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Argentina said they had reached an understanding on the restructuring of the US$44.5bn debt that Argentina owes the IMF, possibly signalling the end of the South American country’s latest debt saga.

Brazil & Southern Cone - January 2022

The year 2022 ushered in a sense of renewal in Chile, after left-wing Gabriel Boric beat far-right José Antonio Kast in the presidential run-off on 19 December 2021.
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