In this new report on political risk, we focus on the tense situation in Argentina, where former President Cristina Fernández has just surprised everyone by announcing that she will not be a candidate for president but for vice president instead, giving her space to an old ally. As always, we also look at the internal and external risks for Latin America’s largest economies, while tracking regulatory changes and reform proposals that affect key industries and the wider economy. More
Oil and gas companies are widely expected to raise investments in Latin America in 2019, emboldened by higher Brent crude prices and improved financing prospects. Argentina, Brazil and Colombia are the regional markets seen experiencing the most significant growth while activity in Mexico could wane amid uncertainty involving the energy policies of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who took office in December. More
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