The K@W Network:
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro’s attempts to consolidate political power amid economic misery are taking a huge toll, according to two Penn experts.
Many hope the Brazilian government’s new spending caps will revive investor confidence. But is the plan too extreme for the country's ailing economy?
From corn to petroleum, the oversupply in global commodities has been making investors nervous about economies in Latin America that depend heavily on them.
A debt boom in emerging markets, produced largely in the private sector, has analysts worried that a bubble is on the horizon.
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Bullish long-term sector trends make Latin America, India and Africa attractive to PE firms, but they are cautiously eyeing investments due to current upheavals in certain areas.
Venezuela is plagued by political instability and economic hardships made worse by cheap oil. The time is ripe for widespread reforms – but there are no quick and easy solutions.
The Colombian government has reached an historic peace agreement with the FARC rebels. But the nation faces many hurdles ahead to leverage the pact in its efforts to attract more[…]
The increased M&A activity in the renewable sector in Latin America reflects rising demand for energy, especially from clean sources.
When Mauricio Macri became president of Argentina last December, he announced that his biggest goal was to reinvigorate the country’s economy. Where should he lead his efforts?
Mexico is the third-largest trading partner of the U.S., surpassed in volume only by Canada and China. What would be the hidden risks and costs of making a radical change[…]
Today’s Venezuela is a landscape where armed guards fend off consumers desperate to purchase scarce essentials. Creating a country where investment can once again flow will be a decades-long challenge,[…]