September 1, 2010
by Ben MillerRenewed troubles in the developed economies present fresh challenges for Latin Americas largest economies, even as they came away with praise for handling the 2008-2009 credit crisis. Managing renewed growth is tricky, especially when it is dependent on heavy stimulus measures enacted during crisis.
For the second year, LatinFinance has polled economists, analysts and other LatAm-focused experts to find out which central bank has done the best job in the last 12 months. The results are not unanimous. There are strong cases to be made for and against the three clear favorites: Brazil, Mexico and Chile.
Differentiating between this top tier is not easy. The
Mexico edges out Brazil and Chile for this year’s prize among the region’s central banks. The trio is not without criticism in what has been a tricky 12 months.