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Brazilians have high hopes for their new president to rid the country of corruption and violence -- and in doing so, boost the economy.
More than 70% of Latin America's 600 million residents will have a mobile phone within a couple of years. That makes the region ripe for digital "leapfrogging," says new research.
Latin America’s major nations are hoping that this will be the year that they finally recover from the lingering impact of weak commodity prices.
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.
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