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Ingo Ploger, President, Strategic Council, CEAL Latin America’s reputation remains shaken and is under fire. In Brazil, the presidency passed a vote of confidence in Congress, confirming its permanence. In Mexico, NAFTA negotiations are facing a lot of stress, causing insecurity. Chile has already launched presidential campaigns, with no clear frontrunner. Ecuador arrested its vice president involved in corruption. Venezuela is on the verge of collapse and the regime goes beyond the limits of democratic tolerance. And several other countries are facing compliance as a new reality of doing politics and business. In this spirit of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and […]
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