Green hedges

Developing market ESG funds are on the up but transparency concerns need attention.

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This Week

Volume 2020 – Issue 4

Editor’s Note

Tuesday again, time flies! Welcome to the fourth instalment of our six-week Latin American...

Lozoya’s leaks and Pío’s problems

Mexican corruption scandal broadens but AMLO’s brother is now under investigation.

Green hedges

Developing market ESG funds are on the up but transparency concerns need attention.

Clean, green, hydrogen scheme

Chile plans green hydrogen production from renewables, but it won’t be easy.

Public-Private… Postponed

Mexican government seeks to convert BlackRock’s proposed highway PPP to public works.

No silver bullet

Market observers see little upside to silver prices as production recovers and demand stabilises.

Immoral fibre

Bolivia gets fibre connection amid accusations of corruption.

Menthol going up in smoke?

As developed markets seek to ban flavoured cigarettes Latin America lags far behind.

One-in, One-out

Revolving doors at health ministries across Latin America.

Work with a view

Many work-from-home policies are being extended, why not work from paradise?