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Latin American demand grows for sustainable fashion.

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This Week

Volume 1 – Issue 12

Editor’s note

Dear Members, Social and political unrest continues to spread across Latin America, this time it is Guatemala's turn...

Guatemala unrest

Latin America’s wave of social and political unrest arrives in Guatemala.

Wealth tax

The Chamber of Deputies in Argentina approves a wealth tax.

Electric bill

Eletrobras privatisation delayed by blackout and politics in Brazil.

Waterway wars

Competition hots up over Paraguay – Paraná Rivers Inland Waterway.


Chilean cherry production grows but margins squeezed.

Ahead in the clouds

Digital transition offers an opportunity for the cloud.


Latin American demand grows for sustainable fashion.

Pain in the grass

Colombia's medicinal cannabis industry yet to take off.


Despite COVID-19, mega-yachts flock to Baja California Sur.