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This Week

Volume 2 – Issue 38

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Dear Members, Welcome back to another issue of Tidings. Economic challenges and environmental opportunities are central to our dispatches...

Uncertainty persists

As foreign direct investment in Peru plunges can the government dissipate investor fears?

Raiding pensions

Pension withdrawls: a much needed economic boost or a fatal mistake?

Shelling out

Shell invests half a billion dollars in Brazil's clean energy market.

Switching off

Colombia struggles with digital TV transition as analogue holds on.

Old news

Longer life expectancy and decreased birth rates worry LatAm economists.

Debt for climate

Belize plays the ESG card to force debt restructuring with international investors.