The Superfinanciera financial watchdog is now headed by Jorge Castaño, who previously held the post in 2015-16 as part of the fallout from the so-called Interbolsa scandal.
Private investors have historically been cautious about investing in PPPs, especially at their early stages. Improving the bankability of projects could attract capital and help close Latin America's infrastructure gap, writes James P. Scriven, CEO, Inter-American Investment Corporation.
The Brazilian meatpacking giant entered into a plea bargain last week and made a public apology for having engaged in corrupt practices.
Lower inflation leaves room open for more base rate reductions.
Should Brazil, in the midst of a political crisis, slip back into recession the biggest regional fallout would crash down on neighbor and key trading partner Argentina, BNamericas is told.
The head of the central bank said that the government's ambitious reform agenda cannot be derailed by scandals and political turmoil.