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Lithium triangle

Are new discoveries a threat to Latin America's lithium triangle?

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This Week

Volume 2 – Issue 37

Editor’s note

Dear Members, Welcome back to another issue of Tidings. This week, we analyse the ever-changing political landscape in Argentina...

Surprise defeat

Our take on the Argentine government's surprising losses in legislative elections.

Lithium triangle

Are new discoveries a threat to Latin America's lithium triangle?

Costs go bananas

Banana producers in Latin America wrestle with higher costs and standards.

Digital divisions

Can Latin America close the digital divide that is holding back the rural population?

Making up

Consumer demand drives legislation to stop animal testing for cosmetics in Mexico.

Cleared for take-off

Online travel agencies in Latin America cling on to hopes of a recovery.