Rewarding Failure

Mexican government employs former HSBC man accused of AML failings.

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This Week

Volume 2020 – Issue 6

Editor’s Note

Welcome to the sixth and final edition of our Weekly Intelligence Brief from Latin...

Para-military

Rise in internal violence endangers economic success story in Paraguay.

Rewarding Failure

Mexican government employs former HSBC man accused of AML failings.

‘Oil’gopoly

ExxonMobil and friends enjoy attractive deal in Guyana to the detriment of the small state.

Work around

Peru favours Government-to-Government agreements to get around cumbersome contracting law.

Battery Strategy

Mexico is sitting on the world’s largest lithium deposit but thoughts of nationalisation are emerging.

Growth Factor

Invoice factoring set for post-pandemic growth in Peru and Chile.

Flower power

Colombia’s flower exports ride through the pandemic.

Mental health

The pandemic has widened the gap between male and female mental health in Latin America.

Dance-off

No end in sight for Latin America’s nightclub shutdown.