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By Arturo Franco, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center Top business leaders and leading public figures from across Latin America will meet this week in Medellin to discuss how to help “improve the state of the world” at the annual World Economic Forum on Latin America. And while there is definitely a lot on the table for discussion, —from Venezuela’s imminent collapse, to the (infamous) Fourth Industrial Revolution, to the potential of a Trump presidency—, an unusual guest has made it to the summit’s agenda this year: the topic of income inequality. Latin America is the most unequal […]
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