Banana Drama

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This Week

Volume 1 – Issue 11

Editor’s note

Welcome to Issue 11. As Trump lets the transition to Biden begin it has been another eventful week in Latin America.

Same old, same old

Latin America considers what Biden’s agenda could mean for the region.

Paper jam

Argentina scrambles to print 1,000-peso banknotes as 5,000 peso note cancelled.

Oiling the economy

Political chaos puts Peru's petroleum recovery in doubt.

Disaster recovery

Rebuilding Central American infrastructure after a year of hurricanes.

Harder and harder

ANCAP struggles in competitive Uruguayan cement market.

Telmex triple-play?

Telmex sacrifices market share in pursuit of triple-play.

Costa Rica toasts Bacardi

Bacardi backs Costa Rica in expansion of global services.

Patient payment

SACYR wins hospital construction project in Chile, but what are the risks?

Get the picture

A new generation of art investor emerges in Latin America.