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This week, Argentina faces a 72-hour agricultural strike following another arbitrary government intervention. Brazil’s Covid-19 situation will continue to put pressure on the government and legislators for more stimulus, which is unfeasible. In Mexico, independent state entities and regulators are under renewed threat. Ecuadorshould see another presidential debate – this time with the leftist candidate actually showing up. In Chile, the deadline to register candidacies for the April constituent assembly elections is today. Finally, Peru’s presidential race suffers an enforced withdrawal,
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( 4 mins read ) This week, the public health situation in Brazil’s Amazonas state will remain a sensitive issue, while upcoming congressional leadership elections are stoking another debate about President Jair Bolsonaro’s possible impeachment. In Mexico, the fallout from

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ECUADOR: Facing a binary choice

( 5 mins read ) With exactly a month to go before the first round of the presidential election, our base-case is that an April run-off will be necessary; this would pit the center-right candidate Guillermo Lasso against the leftist

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( 5 mins read ) This week, in Argentina, President Alberto Fernandez is under extra pressure to deliver a speedy and successful vaccination program. This is a delicate moment for Cuba following the termination of its highly distortionary dual currency

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CHILE: Presidential election outlook

( 5 mins read ) The governing Chile Vamos (CV) coalition appears relatively well positioned ahead of the 2021 presidential race despite President Sebastian Pinera’s tribulations. The Center-Left lacks strong candidates, while the out-and-out Left is fragmented and in flux. The current popularity

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( 5 mins read ) This week, there is increasing concern across much of Latin America over the evolution of Covid-19 cases ahead of the upcoming holiday season. In Mexico, an important test of market confidence in President Andres Manuel Lopez

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