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Latin Americans are slipping back into poverty. Impact investing can reverse that worrying trend

Latin America needs impact investors to help tackle the region’s major challenges Image: REUTERS/Pilar Olivares

Rodrigo Tavares

Founder and President, Granito Group

Amit Bouri

Chief Executive Officer, Global Impact Investing Network

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