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Q&A: Argentine Energy Reform Bill

Samuel George on what it does and why it matters

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Interview with Energy Expert John Padilla on Mexico’s Reforms

A few months ago I had a chance to catch up with John Padilla in Mexico City to talk about the Mexican energy reforms. 

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The Case for Mexican Energy Reform

Former Mexican Finance Secretary Pedro Aspe on why energy reform can be a game changer in Mexico

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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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Mexico’s Energy Reforms—We Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

Mexico has passed landmark energy reform – now comes the hard part

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Brazil Needs an Honest Waste Loss

By Otaviano Canuto

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Nicaragua: A Success Story in the Making

Nicaragua is on its way to becoming the latest success story in the western hemisphere, argue Otaviano Canuto and Manuel Coronel of the IMF. 

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Solar Power in Chile: Land of the Rising Sun

By Jesse Rogers of Moody’s Analytics

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Mexico’s Mid-term Elections: Six Questions

Theodore Kahn discusses the keys to Mexico’s mid-term elections

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Argentine Elections ’15: A Country at the Crossroads

Samuel George‘s first installment in a new series covering Argentina in the run up to general elections in October 2015. 

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