Latin America: Global shocks and local politics

Date: 28 Apr 2022

Time: 10:00 AM

​Understand how global shocks and local political landscapes are shaping the outlook for Brazil, Colombia, Chile, and Peru.

How will the region balance the inflation and growth shocks created by war? In Brazil, what are the main risks associated with Lula and Bolsonaro respectively? How would a turn to the left shape Colombia's outlook given the country's high inflation, incomplete fiscal adjustment, and low growth? What are the likely short-term and long-term impacts of Chile's new government and Constitutional Convention on business and the country? What is Peru's outlook given political dysfunction and the oil shock?

Log in or register to watch the replay of our webinar featuring GlobalSource Partners Analysts Affonso Pastore (Brazil), Juan Carlos Echeverry (Colombia), Robert Funk (Chile politics), Igal Magendzo (Chile economics), and Alfredo Thorne (Peru) discussing these issues in a conversation moderated by Drausio Giacomelli, Head of Emerging Markets research at Deutsche Bank

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