Latin America Outlook 2023: Political risks and macro shifts

Date: 19 Jan 2023

Going into 2023, how will the outlooks for Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Peru be shaped by growth and inflation, fiscal and debt dynamics, and political risks?

Are the significant risk premiums created by the push to increase spending in Brazil and Colombia justified? With protests rocking Peru, how will unrest and political uncertainty influence the country's fiscal accounts? What impact could Chile's newest proposed constitutional process have? With global and regional growth expected to decline, which countries will slow the most and which will outperform in terms of economic growth?

Watch the replay of our live Zoom Webinar featuring GlobalSource Partners' Analysts Affonso Pastore (Brazil), Igal Magendzo (Chile), Andres Escobar (Colombia), and Alfredo Thorne (Peru) discussing the forecast for South America in an event moderated by Gordian Kemen, Head of EM Sovereign Strategy (West) at Standard Chartered Bank

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