Latin America 2021 Outlook: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
"After the most disruptive year (2020) in over a century, Latin America investors must now navigate a region as laden with risk as it is with opportunity. COVID-19 and its accompanying lockdowns have sadly divided us far more than united us, in spite of the remarkable moments of humanity shown across the region since the pandemic struck. Even before the onset of COVID-19, Latin America was struggling with stalled economic progress, underinvestment, and flirted with political populism. Such a backdrop adds several challenges to the region’s economic recovery, which begins in earnest in 2021."
John Price and Americas Market Intelligence (AMI) reflect upon the year that was and share everything that came about in Latin America as a result of the events of 2020 - the good, the bad and the ugly. They analyse successes in Chile, Brazil, Dominican Republic and Guyana as well as overarching assessments of sectors like e-commerce, mining and export goods. 2021 presents a variety of challenges to the region but there is always hope for a better future.
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