September 1, 2013
Latin America’s transformation over the past quarter century has been extraordinary. Today, the region lays claim to strong, vibrant democracies, well-managed economies, deeper capital markets and a more equitable distribution of wealth.
Yet for all its progress Latin America has advanced little compared to the rest of the world. For example, its share of global GDP, at just 8.3%, has barely advanced since 1950. For the region’s economies to converge with emerging Asia, let along developed markets, there is much to be done.
Over the coming pages, leaders from Latin America and beyond reflect on the challenges and how to tackle them, as well as what lessons should be drawn from the past qu
Political, financial and corporate leaders set out an agenda for Latin America’s future as the region confronts a turning economic cycle