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This Week

Volume 2 – Issue 24

Editor’s note

Dear Members, Welcome back to Tidings. This week, we discuss Bolivia's Q1 economic data that suggests the country is...

Digital wallets

What's behind the success of Yape, the peer-to-peer mobile payments app backed by Peru's largest bank?

Economic gaslighting

Official figures show gas exports are driving Bolivia's economic recovery, so why are local economists concerned?

Semi-automatic renewal

Panama Maritime Authority considers renewing Hutchinson Whampoa's port concession.

Cut throat competition

Rock Mobile wins telco license in Jamaica but faces an uphill battle as a new entrant.

Vaccine politics

Pfizer and Argentina fail to reach supply agreement for COVID-19 vaccine.

Back to school

Mexican schools reopen after pandemic closed them for over a year.