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Bending the constitution

Jair Bolsonaro’s use of constitutional amendments knows no bounds

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Volume 3 – Issue 28

Editor’s note

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Bending the constitution

Jair Bolsonaro’s use of constitutional amendments knows no bounds

Fiscal futures

Across Latin America, tax remains regressive and antiquated.

C-suite representation

Why are there so few women in the boardrooms of Latin America’s leading tech companies?

Island hopping

The Caribbean is struggling to boost inter-regional travel.

Suiting up

Latin America’s office workers are smartening up.

Managed, not vanquished

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