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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.  Advertisements

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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 2015: Polls Point to Scioli

Part of  Samuel George’s ongoing series “Argentina at a Crossroads” in the run up to general elections in 2015.

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Roaming: Pumas del Pacífico in Mexico City

Samuel George presents “Los Pumas del Pacífico” with Vice Ministers of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru. 

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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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Things fall apart?

2015 could be the year that breaks Brazil, but it could also be the year the country rebounds argues João Schlüter No Se Mancha’s Brazil insider

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Are Mega-Trade Agreements a Threat to Brazil?

Brazilian economist, World Bank Senior Adviser and former Vice President Otaviano Canuto on the effect of global trade deals, TPP and TIPP on Brazil 

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