Strategic intelligence in Latin America

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This Week

Volume 2 – Issue 31

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Dear Members, Welcome back to Tidings. This week in politics, we report on the concurrent investigations in Argentina and...

Arm in arms

Argentina and Bolivia allege opposition figures bought and sold arms illegally.

Tax is back

Tax reform and collection rises back up the agenda in Paraguay.

Dirty energy

Mexico continues to strengthen its energy policy around fossil fuels.

Bolivian EVs

Bolivia's Quantum Motors produces the country's own electric vehicles.

Vaccination check-up

An update on Mexico's vaccination process amid a third wave of infections.

Ethical banking

Ethical banking makes slow but steady progress in Latin America.