Latin America will return to growth in 2017 as Brazil leaves recession behind, although regional performance remains vulnerable to disruption stemming from changes to trade and immigration policy in the US, commodity price and FX volatility, and tightening credit conditions. Despite unfavorable external conditions, some markets will show greater resilience, namely in the Pacific Alliance, Central America, and the Caribbean.
Government measures to address growing fiscal deficits and high inflation will continue to constrain growth in Brazil, Argentina, and Ecuador, while Venezuela careens towards economic collapse as the government continues to avoids necessary corrective measures in the economy.
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- What are the main drivers shaping the business landscape for the Latin America region
- How Does Trump’s presidency reshape the outlook for Latin America
- What implications regional and global drivers will have on market prioritization, competitive dynamics, customer behavior and Latin America’s operating environment
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