A joint project of Latin Business Chronicle and the Inter-American Dialogue's daily Latin America Advisor, Latin America Outlook offers personal insights and forecast data from 30 of the most-respected leaders and analysts working in the region today.
The survey -- to be updated quarterly -- captures qualitative views on the region's outlook from people such as Tadeu Alves, the president for Latin America at Merck; Peter Cardinal, the executive vice president for Latin America at Scotiabank; Pamela Cox,the regional vice president for Latin America at the World Bank; Rui da Costa, the managing director for Latin America and Caribbean at HP; Eliot Engel, (D-NY), the Chairman of the US House Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere Affairs; Nicolas Mariscal, the Chairman of Grupo Marhnos in Mexico; Roberto Teixeira da Costa, board member of Banco Itau Holding Financeira and of SulAmerica in Brazil, as well as data forecasts from a range of economists covering Latin America at the most respected banks in the world (Citigroup, JP Morgan and others).
The panel of experts include:
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