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The tone and the policy promises of the new US president have left Latin American observers confused and concerned. Katie Llanos-Small asks what concrete steps the Trump administration might take and what the implications are for Latin America
Bond bankers are confident of an active start in markets this year after a slow end to 2016
Brazil's state-owned energy company closes 2016...
President Enrique Pena Nieto names former finance minister Luis Videgaray to be Mexico's foreign minister
Brazilian equity issuers are hoping, finally, for a shot at a deal in the coming months, but political developments continue to hamper progress
US carmaker scraps plans to build a $1.6bn plant in Mexico in a move announced hours after Trump took aim at GM and the cars it produces in Mexico
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May 24, 2017 | São Paulo, Brazil
Latin America’s largest economy continues to navigate a deep recession and the loss ... more
June 1, 2017 | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Central America boasts the highest growth projections in all of LatAm, benefiting ... more
June 8, 2017 | Cartagena, Colombia
LatinFinance returns to Colombia to host the region’s most important capital markets and investment forum ... more
June 22, 2017 | London, England
The commercial relationship between Latin America and Japan runs deep ... more
June 29, 2017 | Tokyo, Japan
As European investors continue to face a lackluster environment at home ... more
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