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  The EBX boss’s dramatic slide off the list of the insanely wealthy is heaping a lot of attention on the sputtering Brazilian economy. By Justin Keay Batista: An SOS at OSX(Photo:Juliana Coutinho) When they fall, they fall hard. The pa...
The region is undergoing another economic slowdown. Some bright spots exist, however.   EMERGING MARKETS REGIONAL REVIEW By Antonio Guerrero Latin America may be experiencing its worst slowdown in economic growth since the global financial crisis, b...
The appointment of Cesar Villanueva as prime minister should give a boost to President Ollanta Humala.   NEWSMAKERS By Valentina Pasquali In a widely anticipated cabinet reshuffle at the end of October, Peruvian president Ollanta Humala appointed 67...
Vast investments in infrastructure are needed to keep the lights on in the region.   REGIONAL REPORT: ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE By Antonio Guerrero Vast investments in energy infrastructure are needed in the region not only to bring more of the current pop...
More progress in The Latin America - Pacific Alliance super pact.   MILESTONES By Gordon Platt The presidents of Colombia, Peru and Chile sat down to lunch with the economy minister of Mexico at a “CEO summit” in New York in late September. The ...
Establishing a new model for economic development, Ecuador can be challenging for companies considering investments.   WAIT AND SEE By Dan Keeler As it tries to establish a new model for economic development, Ecuador presents a challenge for compani...
Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto's plan to reform oil giant Pemex could roil the country’s already-troubled economy.   NEWSMAKERS By Gilly Wright The proposal by Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto to reform Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), th...
President Kirchner thumbs her nose at a U.S. court ruling, warning holdout bondholders to take the deal she's offered.   NEWSMAKERS By Forrest Jones Althought it was more than a decade ago that Argentina defaulted on $100 billion worth of debt, the ...
Fears about the Fed's tapering, as well as the collapse of Eike Batista’s empire, triggered a sharp decline in deals.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Fears that the Federal Reserve would cut back on its bond-buying program, as well as t...
IMF/Word Bank Meetings Seminar: Tuesday, October 8, 3:00 pm. Understanding the nature of growth challenges across different EMs is a significant priority to strengthen the Fund’s surveillance efforts. To that end, the Fund will hold a high-level conferenc...
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