Monthly Archives: June 2014

Should Costa Rica Join the Pacific Alliance?

International economics analyst Monica Wojcik considers the effect joining the Pacific Alliance would have on the Costa Rican economy  Advertisements

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Powering Growth: Chile’s Energy Conundrum

James McBride on Chile’s struggle to balance affordable energy and environmental sustainability

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The goal is peace: how Colombian football could affect the election

Can a football victory influence an election?

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Mercosur and the Pacific Alliance – do opposites attract?

Samuel George’s new post for the FT’s beyondbrics looks at the Pacific Alliance’s overtures to Mercosur. The Pumas must be crazy, right?….Right?              

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War and Peace and the Colombian Election

International relations specialist Natalia Lozano on the upcoming presidential elections in her country

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Interview with Luis Fernando Mejia, Director of Macroeconomics at the Colombian Ministry of Finance

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Pacific Pumas: Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, an e-magazine

This month’s addition of the Global Economics Dynamics e-magazine focuses on Latin America’s Pacific Pumas–Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru. 

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