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This Week

Volume 2 – Issue 14

Editor’s note

Dear Members, This week in politics we check in on the emerging left-wing alliance, Puebla Group, between Mexico,...

Puebla Group

The emerging alliance of the left in Mexico, Argentina and Bolivia.

Financial pirates

Are Ponzi schemes on the rise in the Caribbean?

Canal premiums

Costs could increase at the Panama Canal following Ever Given.

Caffeine hit

Drought and COVID-19 disruptions hit Brazilian coffee producers.

Bad smell

Latin America's hard-hit perfumery sector hopes for a recovery.

Watching you WFH

Surveillance software monitors employees as they work from home.

Medical devices

Pandemic accelerates medical technology industry in Argentina and Chile.

Regulation or conviction?

Pandemic hinders executive gender equality in some Latin American corporates.