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

Boys play with kites made of plastic bags in Providencia slum in Rio de Janeiro February 25, 2015.

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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