Latin America

What are the top risks to doing business in Latin America?

'Growing unemployment increases the prominence and structural importance of shadow economies' Image: REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Claudia Dill

Chief Executive Officer Latin America and Member of the Executive Committee, Zurich Insurance Group

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Unemployed Brazilians wait to fill out applications while looking for jobs in Sao Paulo, May 11, 2015. Brazil's monthly inflation rate eased more than expected in April to the lowest in five months, data showed on May 8, underpinning government expectations that the worst of Brazil's recent price surge is over. Brazil's unemployment rate is still rising and so is the nation's primary deficit, raising questions about whether government's plan of budget cuts and tax increases will put Brazil's finances in order after years of high deficits and disappointing growth.  REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker - RTX1CI14
Unemployed Brazilians wait to fill out applications while looking for jobs in Sao Paulo Image: REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
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