Looking forward to the last year of Argentine President Alberto Fernández’s term, the question presents itself: How likely is it that things will go from bad to worse?
Control Risks’ in-country analysts are tracking election developments and operating and investment concerns in Latin America, on behalf of our clients.
Navigating business through Latin America’s 2022 election season and beyond
Find out how Control Risks is helping clients to manage political and regulatory risks, monitor threats and trends in their operating environment, and realize opportunities.
The crisis in Ukraine exposed the lack of political co-ordination in the Southern Cone. Each country’s inward-looking approach became evident, triggering diplomatic whirlwinds and economic turmoil.
Control Risks’ head of Global Risk Analysis for Latin America and the Caribbean shares his views on this year’s elections in the region’s most populous countries – Brazil, Mexico and Colombia – and their implications for companies and investors.
Latin America is experiencing a wave of authoritarianism and populism, and populist authoritarianism, eroding and, in some cases, destroying democracy. Companies and investors should plan accordingly.
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