Partner, Head of Brazil & the Southern Cone
A refreshed outlook of the forces shaping Latin America’s politics, economic, social and business environment
The Canning House 2024 LatAm Outlook Report offers a comprehensive analysis of Latin America's economic and political landscape, forecasting trends over the next five years. Delving into the six major economies of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru, this report evaluates their potential impact on societal, financial, and economic growth, as well as trade and investment dynamics.
The Report focuses on key aspects that impact Latin America: the involvement of major global powers in the region's geopolitics, shifts in political landscapes across Latin American countries, economic opportunities and challenges, and prevalent social, environmental, and security concerns influencing the region's dynamics.
The Report is developed in partnership with Control Risks, The Department for International Trade (DIT), Ipsos, Banco Itaú, the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and the International Crisis Group.
Latin America and the Caribbean (“LatAm”) will continue to be a focus of US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement amid persistent corruption concerns in the region. These were analysed in the 2023 Capacity to Combat Corruption (CCC) Index.
When talking about the state of cyber security in Latin American companies, it is important to have a comprehensive vision of the region. During the last few years, after the Covid-19 pandemic, many countries have been subject to breaches and cyber attacks.
Compared to neighboring Latin American countries like Mexico, nearshoring levels in the Caribbean are low. However, the region holds great potential to become a prominent nearshoring destination.