The Big Picture

Investing in Latin America

Following the global commodities boom, Latin American economies are tightening their belts. From Buenos Aires to Mexico City, governments are seeking to open vital sectors of their economies to foreign investment and integrate more closely with the global economy. Meanwhile, concerns over political uncertainty and elections looming in major economies are keeping many investors on the sidelines. Uncover how Reuters has offered unmatched breaking news, insight and exclusive coverage on investment throughout the region.


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