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This week, Latin America will continue to bear the brunt of the global Covid-19 pandemic, while local infection dynamics continue to evolve. Meanwhile, in Chile, President Sebastian Pinera is aiming to turn the page on a difficult few weeks as speculation about a cabinet reshuffle continues. In Brazil, President Jair Bolsonaro is back in action after his recovery from Covid-19, though Congress will be the focus of political activity this week. Peru’s President Martin Vizcarra makes his annual address to Congress. In Venezuela, the killing of an unarmed civilian in a fuel protest over the wee
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( 5 mins read ) This week, social tensions in Colombia are back at front and center of the domestic political agenda. In Peru, President Martin Vizcarra faces the threat of impeachment amid yet another confrontation with Congress. Brazilwill see

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ARGENTINA: Political problems mount for government

( 5 mins read ) The government is struggling under the weight of multiple crises. President Alberto Fernandez’s political weakness and his VP’s own agenda and power base will continue to complicate governability. Policy incoherence is set to continue amid

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( 4 mins read ) This week, Mexico’s 2021 budget will be unveiled. Brazil could see moves to get Congress working more normally, though preparations for November’s municipal elections will occupy most attention. Peru’s well-regarded finance minister is in Congress’s

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( 5 mins read ) This week, new Covid-19 cases remain stubbornly high across much of the region. Meanwhile, Mexico’s Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) is likely to offer a rose-tinted view of the economy in an annual set-piece speech.

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CHILE: Covid-19 and the constitutional referendum

( 3 mins read ) The official campaign period for the 25 October constitutional referendum gets underway from today, 26 August. The referendum, which was postponed from April due to the Covid-19 pandemic, is the result of a hastily-reached cross-party

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Episodio 21 del Podcast la Economía en 3 minutos. Esta semana "El que apuesta al dolar pierde".
La teoría de la piedra en la puerta giratoria de Alberto. Una medida que puede estabilizar las reservas pero con costos onerosos de largo plazo. @prbondnews

https://anchor.fm/andres109/episodes/El-que-apuesta-al-dlar-pierde-eju1ua

Please don't do this. I don't need a dozen tweets on a Sunday morning demanding that I provide analysis. https://twitter.com/mattfishjapan/status/1307712627246735360

Desde 1940, sólo con Frondizi y Menem Argentina vivió una oleada de inversión privada. extranjera y local. Llegaban empresas y multinacionales a instalarse al país.

Hoy vivimos la mayor desinversión de la historia Argentina, empresas de todo porte cierran, quiebran o se van.

Súper cepo: cómo sigue el dólar después de las medidas que tomaron Guzmán-Pesce - Nota que escribí hoy en Clarin 👇con aportes de:
@jorgecarreraok @LaspinaL @Coloboren @FernandoMarull
@lucasllach
https://clar.in/3iNry94?fromRef=twitter

Gracias @sebacampanario por cubrir un tema tan importante que incluso en estos momentos " casi no se habla" @INECOArgentina
https://www.lanacion.com.ar/economia/reservas-cognitivas-en-rojo-la-postergada-economia-de-la-salud-mentale-nid2454523

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