Impact Of Potential Economic Slowdown In Latin America

Courtesy of Emerging Markets Insights, a look at how fear over a stalling global economy is stalking Latin America.  As noted in article:

“…Frontier Strategy Group expects the overall impact of a slowdown to be smaller than in 2008 as Latin America has grown less reliant on global trade flows than other regions. Mexico has the most to fear, given its dependence on the US economy, while Brazil and Colombia could actually benefit from a currency depreciating financial flight to quality.


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