Strategic intelligence in Latin America

Greening up construction

Latin American countries seek to promote sustainable construction.

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This Week

Volume 2 – Issue 30

Editor’s note

Dear Members, Welcome back to Tidings. This week, we consider the recent social unrest in Cuba and what the...

Up in arms

Power, food and medicine shortages lead to anti-government protests in Cuba.

Chile’s energy transition

Chile makes renewables progress but will it meet its targets?

Greening up construction

Latin American countries seek to promote sustainable construction.

Woolly recovery

Uruguayan wool exports begin to recover on increasing demand from China and Europe.

Colombian jabs

Public and private sectors working together to accelerate Colombia's vaccination drive.

Nightlife in the dark

Latin America's nightclubs continue to close or convert, will any survive the pandemic?