March 1, 2013
By Mariana Santibáñez and Taimur Ahmad
Latin America’s economic temperament in 2012 could hardly have struck more of a contrast with the developed world, crippled under the weight of debt burdens and facing lackluster growth. The newfound vigor of the former, in the face of severe economic headwinds, has proved an immense boon for a region that, not so long ago, was a byword for financial turmoil.
This strength is reflected in LatinFinance’s annual finance ministry scorecard. Our ranking incorporates the views of economists, analysts, investors and independent experts on the adeptness of economic management in the region. It considers the institutional strength of finance ministries, t
The past year has cemented the status of a fresh crop of small, nimble economies as the region’s most dynamic – and resilient. When it comes to economic management, Chile leads the way