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Political Risk Report: Who Will Rise to Lead Brazil?
Argentina,Brazil,...

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This month's report looks at the gaping hole left in Brazil's presidential race after ex-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was sent to jail, and seeks to resolve the question of what happens next in a country that votes for a new leader in October. We also highlight all matters relating to political risk in the six main economies in Latin America across the sectors we cover.

Political Risk Report: Frontrunners Emerge in Colombia's Tight Race
Regional

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This month we analyze the results of the primaries in Colombia, where left-leaning Gustavo Petro and conservative Iván Duque became firm favorites for May's presidential vote. We also assess political risk in the six major economies in Latin America in a year that promises to see rising GDP growth throughout the region.

Political Risk Report: Uncertainty Defines Key Presidential Races
Political Risk Report: Latin America Enters Critical Year
Regional

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This year is a year of change in Latin America with economists upbeat about the prospects for many countries. There are elections in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico, while Chile's new president, Sebastian Piñera, takes office in March. Read this report to see the ramifications of political risk on the biggest economies in the region - in the main economic sectors covered by BNamericas.

Political Risk Report: Chile's Second Round An Unexpected Nail-Biter
Regional

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In our fifth Political Risk report, we look closely at Chile, which is heading to a presidential run-off election on December 17. We also update all matters relating to political and economic risk in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Mexico. Our podcast this month focuses on the elections, and political risk in Chile.

Political Risk Report: Macri's Reforms Get Stamp of Approval
Regional

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In our fourth Political Risk report, we look closely at Argentina, where the Cambiemos coalition swept to victory in the mid-term election. We also update all matters relating to political and economic risk in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Mexico. Our podcast this month focuses on political risk in Brazil, and in particular looks at changes in the energy sector under interim president Michel Temer - with an eye to the presidential election in 2018.