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COVID-19 exposes social and political weaknesses in most Latin American countries.

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This Week

Volume 2 – Issue 8

Rules and Regulations

Dear Members, Happy Tuesday! Let's dive back into Latin America! This week, we're looking at the energy sector in...

Friends in high places

Bolsonaro's political victory in the Senate and Congress.

Digital money

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank's digital currency initiative makes progress.

Power flows

Mexico's energy policy drives outflows from the sector.

Uncharged

Mexico's EV market is going nowhere fast.

The law of the jungle

Latin America's courts are getting tougher on environmental laws.

Waste away

EPR legislation needs adapting to the Latin American reality.

Political backbone

Government evaluates the future of Peru's fibre backbone.

Healthtech growth zooms

Regulators play catch-up as telemedicine booms in LatAm.

Clean clothes

Pressure grows on the fashion industry to clean up its act.